The depression is not inevitable, nor a conviction. Although you have often been told otherwise, convincing you that you are depressed for the rest of your life, depression is a healthy response from your body: a sign that your life is not going well and you need to take action.
Features of Depression Problem:
If you have already abandoned positive, pleasurable activities, including living with others, becoming passive and drifting, then you feel your life is empty, with fear and anguish.
The demotivation of everyday trivial things that become unbearable and uninteresting also leads to changes in thinking (concentration, reasoning, memory are affected), what we think about us makes us feel the negative future.
Being depressed is like starting to throw away all that is good at home to the street and as you look around and see the house emptying you think to yourself: “I have nothing, I will be in misery, I have no future, there is no hope for me. ”
The depression is a common disease that if treated properly has a good prognosis. Treatment that combines the use of medication with psychotherapeutic support to strengthen one’s personality and help the patient to deal with day-to-day problems and frustrations is needed.