Talkspace’s Take on Depression and What It Takes to Divorce, a Sociopath

Depression, according to an article featured on Talkspace should not be looked down upon because it is a disease just like arthritis or heart disease. If you suffer from depression, then you should be making conscious efforts to help clamp down the stigma that comes with it posting stories on Facebook or Twitter to enlighten your friends and followers about it. If you are not suffering from it, you can still help by being an ally and educating yourself and others about it.

Depression can cause a mental condition leading to sociopathic behavior. You should get to know that divorcing someone with such behavior is not as easy as doing it with a normal person. Individuals with antisocial personality disorder tend to be callously numb to the feelings of others. They lack remorse and guilt after they treat their partners with cruelty. They act charming at the early stages of the relationship and then turn against them, later on, to treat them in an inhumane way.

About Talkspace

Talkspace is both a mobile and online therapy company based in the City of New York. The company was founded in 2012 by Oren and Roni Frank. The users of Talkspace can access licensed therapists using the website or through a mobile app on Android or iOS. Linda Sacco has been serving as the company’s Behavioral Health’s Vice President since 2016. Talkspace has two key advisors including Irvin D. Yalom and Dr. Andrew Sekel.

Through Talkspace, the users can use their smartphones, desktop or tablet to acquire help from the licensed therapists without having to travel to a brick and mortar office. An intake specialist can pair the clients with psychotherapists, or the clients themselves can pick one from a suggested list. Some of the therapeutic approaches provided by the therapists include CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and other options for evidence-based treatment.