Depression is a leading cause of disability worldwide and is a major contributor to the overall global burden of disease. (World Health Organization)
Depression often interferes with your ability to feel, think, and behave. It feels heavy, and overwhelming. It is debilitating. It affects so many who begrudgingly try to fight through it.
It is time to stop merely surviving through life, and thrive. Clients who attend The Bridge to Recovery experience a renewed interest in life.
Like most of the other mental health conditions we discuss, depression can look unique to different individuals. What we have provided here is simply a common, general list of known depression symptoms.
Depression often coincides with many other mental health struggles, and sometimes it stands alone. It can occur frequently, and sometimes it may occur only once during a lifetime. But, no matter how it looks, depression severely impacts our ability to function happily and healthily in life.
Depression very commonly develops due to trauma. When clients complete our program, they often report a significant reduction in depression symptoms, sometimes completely.
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