Join MyDepressionTeam.com – The social network & support community for those living with depression.

The social network for those living with depression.

MyDepressionTeam is a social network and online support group for people who are living with depression. MyDepressionTeam gives you the easiest way to find the best team of providers and peers who are living with depression. Share with others like you, and learn from their experience.

MyDepressionTeam is a free social network that makes it easy for you to:

  • get the emotional support you need from others like you, and
  • gain practical advice and insights on managing treatment or therapies for depression

When you or a loved one are first diagnosed, it’s not uncommon to feel alone and uncertain of where to find the best information and people that can help you now. We believe in making it easy to find the best people around you to help you get the answers you need, and to find support from people who can truly relate. The main currency on our site is trust – the more you share in posts and your stories, the more questions you ask and answer, the more your support will be valued by other members.

MyDepressionTeam is the only social network where you can truly connect, make real friendships, and share daily ups and downs in a judgment-free place.

Read more at https://www.mydepressionteam.com/

Counseling vs. life coaching

Counseling vs. life coaching

University of Puerto Rico researchers guide FEMA through damage of hardest hit neighborhoods.

Mayor Marcelo Trujillo of Humacao, Puerto Rico describes the damage to his hardest hit neighborhoods and sends University of Puerto Rico researchers to guide FEMA out to Cayo Santiago to assess the damage and conditions of Monkey Island. All 1,700 monkeys survived Hurricane Maria and 15 babies were born since the eye of the storm left Cayo Santiago.

El alcalde de Humacao, Marcelo Trujillo, describe el desastre de los sectores más devastados del pueblo e incluso, envía investigadores de la Universidad de Puerto Rico a que lleven a #FEMA al Cayo Santiago a evaluar el daño y condiciones de la Isla de los Monos. Los 1,700 monos sobrevivieron el Huracán María y hasta 15 bebés han nacido desde que el ojo de la tormenta salió de Cayo Santiago.

Watch video at https://www.facebook.com/FEMAPuertoRico/videos/854783848037519/

VIDEO: These amazing women all went beyond the call of duty in their fight for freedom.

10 badass women of WWII. Watch video here https://www.facebook.com/INSH/videos/1443437675738833/

Insurers call on Congress to act on ObamaCare payments.

Insurers call on Congress to act on ObamaCare payments

Several health groups, including insurers and hospital associations, signed a joint letter to House and Senate leadership on Saturday, urging Congress to fund cost-sharing reduction (CSR) benefits, following President Trump’s decision to halt the key ObamaCare payments. “There will be serious consequences without Congressional action: millions will face higher premiums, fewer choices, and less access to the medical care they need. Let’s work together on solutions that deliver the access, care, and coverage that the American people deserve,” the letter said. Read more at http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/355464-insurers-calls-on-congress-to-act-on-trump-halted-obamacare-payments

The murals that are an homage to artisans and farmworkers.

On the Streets of El Paso and Juarez, “Sister Cities” Art Project Pays Tribute to Border Communities.

The river that runs between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juarez is a river that once ran wild. In late summer, after a deluge of monsoon rains, it used to flood the low neighborhoods of each city with around a foot of water, shifting its course and taking the border between the two countries along for the ride. Now since lined with cement, the waters of this river stay put, and the border between the US and Mexico lies as still as stone. Read more at http://remezcla.com/features/culture/interview-los-dos/?rfb