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What's One Thing About Depression You Feel Isn't Talked About Enough?

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posted July 26, 2023
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I believe that the feeling of shame involved in Major Depression is not addressed even with most therapists.

posted August 22, 2023
A MyDepressionTeam Member

Mental health is something that has never been talked about enough at all. I think a question like this should be left until after it is more than quiet whispers with most people unable to find any help before asking for certain details of what can be done to make things better.

posted July 27, 2023
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Correction, you are not feeling sorry for yourself. You are dealing with an illness that can be difficult to deal with. It causes our emotions to be very active, take care of yourself during that time. Play music that is soothing to your soul. Try to do something that will get your mind on something else.

posted July 27, 2023
A MyDepressionTeam Member

Loneliness

posted August 19, 2023
A MyDepressionTeam Member

I think there are trigger points and for me one simple thing can ruin my day

posted August 4, 2023

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