It's 50 mins long so get something to eat and drink and hunker down.
I'm not going to lie. I have not yet watched the whole thing. Time restraints and all, and in my very little spare time I've been researching Yoga for Depression (yup. Such a thing exists.) I'll share about that when I have a little more info and a little more personal experience with it.
By the way, I've been hearing from a LOT of you lately, either through email (in case you don't see it on the sidebar it's firstname.lastname@example.org) and through your comments here. It means so much to mean to hear all of your own experiences, advice, and your encouraging and kind words. I talk about my struggles with depression in my "real life" almost as much as I do on this blog (I'm just not so brutally honest and I definitely don't go blathering about it :) and people are usually very surprised that I'm so open about it. The thing is, I don't know of a single girlfriend who has not struggled with depression herself-and an awful lot of male friends as well. WE, DEPRESSIVES, ARE NOT ALONE, so I figure that the best way to beat it is to talk about it, or, at the very least, not tuck it away as though it doesn't exist. Not only DOES it exist but it's tremendously prevalent. Why is this something people feel they need to hide? Or even be surprised when it's mentioned? It is not something to be ashamed of. It's not a weakness or a reflection of character. It just is what it is. So thank you, readers. This blog is therapy in and of itself to me; more of a journal to myself than anything. To think that some of you actually find comfort in what I write, well, that's amazing.