BCS Articles

  • Depression or Just Sadness?

    Depression or Just Sadness?

    Experiencing a loss may make you sad, but if the sadness becomes out of proportion to the event then you fall into depression. Sadness is a normal reaction, but depression is not. Depression differs from sadness in its intensity, frequency, and duration. Intensity. While the event would make most people sad, you respond with a
  • The changing weather on our emotions

    The changing weather on our emotions

    Bad weather can go beyond making people feel sad or depressed. It's actually called Seasonal Affective Disorder... Most of us believe weather can affect our mood. Fall is officially here, and for most of us, that means shorter days, longer nights, and declining temperatures. Of course, we're all well aware that seasonal change has a
  • Dealing with regret

    Dealing with regret

    Regrets are painful. And as time passes, they accumulate and pile up into an ugly mess that’s hard to get rid of. It seems like no matter what you do, there are always regrets just prodding at you. How then, do we get deal with them and start living positively? You act only based on

  • negative thoughts

    negative thoughts

    When we have depression, negative thoughts can be both a cause and a result of our mood. Those negative thoughts feed depression, and in turn it fuels them, filling our head with spiralling fear, anxiety, worries, stress, hopelessness and anger. ‘GLASS HALF EMPTY’? Having our heads full of these thoughts and feelings is so much