The main pitfall of depression is that we often think it’s not a problem. It’s hard to believe that someone can’t cope with it.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is the most common illness worldwide and the leading cause of disability. They estimate that 350 million people are affected by depression, globally.
So, the problem is more than real.
“After my boyfriend left me (I did not pass the exam, found out about the death of a girlfriend, quit my job …), I lost my passion for life. I am not interested in anything, I do not have energy, I have sleep issues and lost my appetite, I see everything in gray, I consider myself a failure and I do not see my future, I am annoyed”
“One day I just couldn’t get out of bed … I don’t see the sense. Why do I need it: work, study, family?..”
If you hear something like that, or it’s your own thoughts – you do have to ask for help. Of course, there is always some chance that you can cope it by yourself. But it can take too much time and health.
The life is too amazing thing to lose the time on depression!
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