Depression in a Nutshell from the Perspective of a Depressed Person

Here’s a very good explanation of what people with depression go through from someone who goes through it. For all my family and friends.

Depressed Express!

When you
hear a person say “I’m feeling depressed” or “I think I have depression” what’s
the first thing that comes into your mind?

For a lot
of people the “depression” is looked at the same vain as being sad, emotional
or alone. In my opinion, this is the worst misconception about DEPRESSION. Depression
is not just about being sad, emotional or alone. That is not the end all be all
of depression.

First of
all, if you feel that you’re experiencing depression you better get
professional help to get a proper diagnosis. Do not be afraid to see a
psychiatrist to have yourself checked. Do not let the stigma of depression
stopped you from seeking help. For years I felt I was experiencing depression. I
am turning thirty-two years old this year and it took me more than 2 decades to
seek…

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