Welcome To Gain
Resilience

Gain Resilience is a mental health blog by a Nigerian blogger, Idopiseh Essien.

This blog is dedicated to people who are battling with depression. It is specially designed to help you develop the inner strength to overcome depression and depressive disorder, recover after a major disappointment or stress (like loss of a loved one), and show you how to seek help without necessarily being a pest (or so they say!). It will also help you become more productive and foster healthier relationships.

Idopiseh Essien

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What a depressed person wants you to know

Do you have a friend or family member that is depressed? These timely truths will help you relate better with…

How to be emotionally detached from a toxic person or situation

Have you ever had that feeling? Like you’re worrying too much about a person, job or thing, and it is…

How to forgive yourself: find true peace and rest

How to forgive yourself: find true peace and rest Which is the hardest, forgiving yourself or others? I would say…

How do we define resilience? That energy that thrives through adversity

How do we define resilience? That energy that thrives through adversity My life was crumbling, and I thought I couldn’t…

10 tips on how to help a person with depression (+ how to stay sane when doing it)

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Is your friend depressed? this is what to say to a depressed person

What to say to a depressed person  Are you wondering what to say to a depressed person to cheer them…

Magnesium for depression: why supplements are not the best 

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Diet in depression: can food really make you feel better?

Diet in depression: can food really make you feel better? Antidepressants are usually the first to come to mind when…

Key differences between burnout and depression you need to know

Is it burnout or depression? Burnout and depression have similar symptoms, and they are both very prevalent conditions. They are…

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