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What is Depression?

Depression affects the way you feel about yourself and things. It is not the same as being unhappy or in a “blue” mood. It is not a sign of personal weakness or a condition that can be willed or wished away. When you have depression, you can’t “pull yourself together” and get better. Depression often occurs alongside other medical problems like injuries, disabilities, illnesses, chronic pain or mental health conditions such as substance use disorder or anxiety disorders.

Loss of Interest

No longer feeling excited or interested in things or activities that have excited or interested you in the past.

Decreased Energy

Feeling less energy than usual over a period of time for no apparent reason or increased level of exercise.

Suicidal Thoughts

Having thoughts about harming yourself or taking your own life in order to escape thoughts or feelings.

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