Major Depressive Disorder, commonly referred to as depression, is a mood disorder that affects 350,000,000 people globally. Depression causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest that is more than just a case of the blues. It affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. But don't get discouraged. Depression can be managed and treated with talk therapy, medication, or a combination of both.


Symptoms of Depression

It is important to remember that we all experience some of these symptoms from time to time, and it may not necessarily mean you're depressed. Equally, not everyone who is experiencing depression will experience all of these symptoms.


  • Avoiding people

  • Less productive at work or school

  • Withdrawing from activities

  • Using alcohol or sedatives more frequently

  • Not enjoying things

  • Lack of concentration


  • Overwhelmed

  • Guilty

  • Irritable

  • Frustrated

  • Lacking in confidence

  • Unhappy

  • Indecisive

  • Disappointed

  • Miserable

  • Sad


  • "I’m a failure."

  • "It’s always my fault."

  • "Nothing good ever happens to me."

  • "I’m worthless."

  • "Life’s not worth living."

  • "People would be better off without me."


  • Frequently tired

  • Sick and run down

  • Headaches and muscle pains

  • Stressed

  • Unable to sleep

  • Loss or change of appetite

  • Significant weight loss or gain

If you are experiencing several of these symptoms, talk therapy can help.

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