Don’t Use a Sad Voice To Talk About Depression

Don’t Use a Sad Voice To Talk About Depression

In this video, Caroline and I talk about the natural human tendency to fall into a "sad voice" when talking to somebody about their depression. People with depression who we've talked to would much prefer that you not do that, and instead talk to them in your normal...

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You’re Not Expected to Fix People

You’re Not Expected to Fix People

In this “Let’s Rebrand Depression and Anxiety” series video, Caroline and Bill talk about how you are note expected to fix peoples’ depression or anxiety. Most people—especially in the workplace—would prefer you don’t try. So relax, the pressure is off!

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Using a Clinical Term in a Pithy Way

Using a Clinical Term in a Pithy Way

In this “Let’s Rebrand Depression and Anxiety” series video, Caroline and Bill talk about using a clinical term in a pithy way. For example, saying “Oh, I’m so OCD” after triple-checking that a door is locked. They discuss when and why you might want to reconsider.

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Person-First Language

Person-First Language

In this “Let’s Rebrand Depression and Anxiety” series video, Caroline and Bill explain what person-first language is. They also share why, when and how you might want to use it.

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