Everyone gets sad at times or feels a little down. People get depressed when life doesn't go the way they hope it will. Many people bounce back after a time and feel okay again. But for many others those feelings of sadness and despair don't leave. They persist even when life seems good. They can interfere with one's ability to enjoy favorite activities, keep up with friends and family, or even to complete schoolwork. That's an illness called depression, and millions of Americans suffer from it each year. Most cases of depression can be treated with medication and/or therapy, but one must understand the signs and symptoms and know when it's time to seek professional help. If you're suffering depression, you are not alone and help is available.
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Copyright date: ©2019
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