Qu’est ce qu’une dépression ?

Non, ce n’est pas seulement un phénomène météo.
Un article paru dans « Flight Safety Australia March-April 2015 », édition pour tablette. This was scheduled before the latest developments regarding Germanwings flight 4U9525 were announced. It does not represent a CASA response to the issues raised by the Germanwings crash.

A lire en anglais sur http://www.flightsafetyaustralia.com/2015/03/flying-beyond-the-blue/

Voir aussi, toujours en Australie et en anglais

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beyondblue—seeking help and getting support is essential in treating depression and anxiety. Last year, beyondblue had more than 78,000 calls from Australians about mental health concerns or issues. They are available to talk and listen, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Beyondblue’s website also contains useful resources (including people’s personal experiences of depression) and information on current initiatives—1300 22 4636.

The Black Dog Institute—website contains information on when and where to get help, support groups, personal stories and videos. The Institute also provides an interactive self-help service, myCompass, which aims to promote resilience and wellbeing for all Australians.

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Contexte: https://lf5422.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/crash-du-a320-de-germanwings-un-des-deux-pilotes-coince-a-lexterieur/

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