Depression and Employment Discrimination

What you can do to protect your rights and try to stay sane at work

Blogging Helped Me Cope

After suffering from untreated depression for over 20 years, Deborah Gray, 45, of Berkeley, Calif., is coping by helping others suffering with the same disease

Depression Treatment Makeover: Hemmis Edition

Paige Hemmis, a member of the design team on ABC's Emmy Award-winning Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, speaks on how she created a "blueprint" for treating depression.

Help for Children of Depressed Parents

It can be serious, but family friends and grandparents can help

Depression in the Workplace: Don't Ask, Don't Tell?

Should you tell your employer you're depressed?

Why I Don't Blame Myself for Depression

Depression is very isolating. You just don't talk about it in the same way you would if you broke a foot and were going to the hospital.

Stigma Haunts Mentally Ill Latinos

Is depression in Latinos—our country's fastest-growing demographic—being ignored? Underdiagnosed? Undertreated?

7 Simple Ways to Be Happier

Here’s your recipe for a more joyful life. Read on and say, “So long, dark side.”