Stigma & Depression – How To Overcome It

Dr Moses Simuyemba talks to Dr Maria Akani about stigma around depression and how it affects those suffering from depression and those who are close to them. How can we avoid stigmatising depression and talk about it more so that those affected can get the help they need? Find out in this eye-opening interview.

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My Depression Experience & How I Overcame It

A couple of years ago, I went through a very bad depression that went undiagnosed for years. It had me physically sick and nearly crippled. In this video, I share my experience of that time and what has happened since and why I am so passionate about helping other people who are going through depression.

Depression and Antidepressants

Many people are jittery about taking antidepressants and may feel like it is a sign of weakness or failure, but is it? What antidepressants are out there and what are the upsides and downsides of using them? How do you know which one is best for you? Do you have to be on them for life? Find out in this informative interview with Dr Ravi Paul, psychiatrist with decades of experience, and Dr Moses Simuyemba.

Interview with Dr Ravi Paul on “Depression and Antidepressants”

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Social Media & Mental Health

An interview with psychologist Mrs Kayumba Chiwele Tambatamba

How does social media affect your mental health? What are the effects of social media when it comes to depression? Find out in this enlightening interview with Dr Moses Simuyemba and Mrs Kayumba Chiwele Tambatamba from the Psychology Association of Zambia and Psychealth Zambia.

“Social Media & Mental Health” with Dr Moses Simuyemba and Kayumba Chiwele Tambatamba

(Apologies for the background noise at the interview venue)

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You can visit the Psychealth Faceboob page here: https://www.facebook.com/psychealthz/

And the Psychology Association of Zambia Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/psychologyassociationofzambia/

Time and Chance

I was driving somewhere this afternoon and this leaf fell off a tree and entered through my narrowly opened window to land on the passenger seat. The unlikely chance of this happening got me thinking of Ecclesiastes 9:11 –

“I returned, and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favour to men of skill; but time and chance happeneth to them all.”

So, this leaf was my unlikely companion on my journey, a reminder to use my time wisely and grab a hold of the chances I am given.