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Depression can stop us from enjoying our life. It can make us feel empty and hopeless. It can be difficult to get out of bed in the morning. It can cause us to be irritable. You could have trouble concentrating. It may cause problems in your sleep. You also might experience changes in your appetite. You might not have any interest in things you used to enjoy. This could be causing problems in your relationships. Does any of this seem familiar? Are you tired of feeling this way?
Depression is the most complicated of all our emotions and yet one of the most common psychological problems a person can experience. Someone has called it the “common cold” of the emotions. It’s a feeling of gloom or sadness that is usually accompanied by a slowing down of the body. It is not just in the mind, but is experienced throughout the whole body. It’s in the stomach as much as in the head. We are all designed to experience depression. At some time in their lives, probably two of every ten people will experience depression seriously enough to hinder their normal way of life.
We all have a bad day now and then. It’s natural to feel lost or sad, sometimes.
But when those feelings of sadness, emptiness, and hopelessness creep up more frequently, or they’re more intense, or they start to get in the way of your day-to-day life, you may be suffering from depression.
You also may be feeling angry and frustrated about things that may not normally be a big deal, but now they are.
Or maybe you’ve lost interest in things you enjoy, have problems falling and staying asleep, and have lost your appetite.
The best and courageous thing to do is to ask for professional help, and that’s why I’m here
Here are 9 types of depression
What is it like to dread a day? A week? A life?
You know. You know what once gave you joy and entertainment now just doesn’t even interest you.
It creeps into every nook and cranny of your life – no matter how hard you try to keep it separate. Work, family, school… life – everything’s impacted when depression zaps the joy from your life.
Together, you and I will find the best service to meet your individual needs and get you back on track to feeling like yourself again.
Priority one: living and loving your life. Enjoying hobbies, family, lovers – whatever you need to deal with the bullshit of everyday life (work, traffic, annoying sibling, the list goes on).
You’ve suffered long enough. Together, let’s get you back to that place of enjoying your life.
Do you find yourself feeling irritable, difficulty concentrating, or your body aches?
Do you notice that you have a hard time getting out of bed or cancelling on friends and family?
Not sure if you need help?
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