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Managing Anxiety and Depression After a Traumatic Injury

Managing Anxiety And Depression After A Traumatic Injury

Dealing with depression and anxiety is not uncommon after suffering a traumatic injury. Overcoming these mental health issues requires courage, compassion, and commitment. Also, communicating openly with doctors about feelings is highly important in healing. The road to recovering emotional stability may feel long and challenging at times. However, taking small, consistent steps to seek support, build Resilience, and move forward each day will lead to progress. With effort, overcoming anxiety and depression after a traumatic injury is possible.

Continue reading Managing Anxiety and Depression After a Traumatic Injury at ZaggoCare.

Roberta Carson President of Zaggo, Inc.

I started Zaggo, a nonprofit organization, to help patients and family caregivers manage illnesses and injuries, after caring for my teenage son Zachary during his 27-month battle with terminal brain cancer. My caregiving experience led to a passion for helping patients and family caregivers be engaged, empowered members of their medical teams to help them get the best healthcare and outcomes possible.

I have won several awards for my work, including a recent "Visionary Award" from Caregiving.com, and a "Website of the Year Caring Award" from Caregiving Years Training Academy.

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