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Despair Feels dark end of the world

Depression feels like something cannot understand. Why it feels like it will never come right, you have to understand what it is plus who you are. Once you understand these two elements, you also stand a better chance of finding just the right combination of treatments. “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” ― Plato

Depression feels like walking in a hole end of the world

Depression feels different

  • What is Teen depression?

There are still so many people out there who believe that teenage depression is all in the mind, that it is something that you can just snap out of. Your mind definitely plays a big role and can help you overcome depression, but it is not the only step; a good combination of things is necessary to help you feel better.“There are wounds that never show on the body that are deeper and more hurtful than anything that bleeds.”  Laurell K. Hamilton.

Depression feels like sadness

According to Mental Health.net “Depression is a result of an ongoing struggle that depressed people endure in order to try to keep up emotional contact with desired objects.” That really puts things into perspective. It also provides good reasoning about why so many teens affected.

  • Challenge

As a teenager, trying to keep up emotional contact can be a very challenging thing. You have to do. Your parents, teachers and friends all expect something of you, but at the same time, you may feel incapable of doing whats required. All this while you’re desperately trying to build your own character and become your own person. It’s this idea that can make you think that depression is a hole you’ll never climb out of which, of course, will make you feel even worse in the long run. Understanding who you are can help you recognize triggers that set off your depression.

 List of emotions and feelings questions ask yourself

  • What makes you tick?
  • mental health disorders symptoms quiz
  • What saddens you?
  • Have you dealt with all your past regrets and problems?
  • Are you prone to critical thinking?
  • Are you trigger happy? (do you have quick emotional outbursts, or can you think something through first?
  • Does depression make you feel angry, sad, numb, emotional pain? What can you do to look past these feelings when you’re having them?

These questions  may give you a better understanding of  why your depression gets the better of you so often. If it gets too much, talk to someone, if you want to do so privately, why not look for advice on a peer support groups? Or talk to someone who has been through depression themselves before. Don’t let it go too long before you start to do something about it. There are crisis hotline in every state no time for denial. Call the Georgia Crisis & Access Line  (GCAL) 1-800-715-4225.