- Watch: Bullying Exerts Psychological Effects into Adulthood – Once considered a childhood rite of passage, bullying is no longer seen as benign. Its effects linger well into adulthood. Bullies and victims alike are at risk for psychiatric problems such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and suicide when they become adults, according to a study partially funded by the NIMH that was published in the April 2013 issue of JAMA Psychiatry.
- See: Multimedia about Anxiety Disorders
- Watch: “Baby Blues” – or Postpartum Depression?
This video provides patient testimony and information on the signs and symptoms of postpartum depression and reinforces the importance of seeking help and treatment from a health professional.
- Watch: One Woman’s Experience With Depression
This video by the National Institute on Aging tells the story of an older woman who struggled for years with depression, but who is now in recovery. For more on older adults and depression, visit the “Depression” topic on NIHSeniorHealth at nihseniorhealth.gov.
For more information, visit our resource, Depression & Anxiety: Understanding and Managing Mental Health Conditions.