"My own life was filled with so much love and joy that when depression struck, it was like a prison door slamming shut and I was being placed in an isolation cell. No one else could possibly feeling what I was. I hated my depression and all of its symptoms." - Susan Polis Schutz
How do I deal with someone who has depression?
People who battle Anxiety Disorder and Clinical Depression often feel alone, misunderstood, and unable to cope. There is hope and help. But those of us who live alongside sufferers of CD need to understand that there are good ways and bad ways to relate to them.
Signs to lookout for if you think you or someone you love may be battling Clinical Depression:
If you think you or your loved one may qualify as having Clinical Depression:
If you have a relationship with someone who battles Clinical Depression, keep the following things in mind:
Here are some resources for important information on depression: