Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Depression is in Your Head

Imagine that you are feeling a continuous formless sadness that continuously pulled down at your motivation. You cannot start any of the many chores and projects that you want to, and you can't finish the ones  already begun. You might be irritable, tired or restless, you might feel trapped and helpless and on top of it all, you might even feel guilt for feeling these things whether or not you are actually at fault. Approximately, that is what being depressed feels like. You might know these symptoms personally or you might know someone who is frequently depressed. (Or, you might not realize that these are actually symptoms; maybe you just think that person is just a sour grump with a negative attitude.)

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