Recently the CDC reported 6.8% of adults had moderate to severe depression
Depression is when you feel helpless, hopeless, and worthless…feeling this way once for a few hours after losing a job or breaking up can be pretty normal, but when it continues for days or weeks at a time and your depressed feelings keep you from living life to the fullest it needs to be addressed and therapy is a great option.
Common across ages for children and teens: fatigue, loss of interest in activities they usually enjoy
This type of depression is characterized by experiencing depression symptoms more days than not during the same two weeks. Major Depression can be mild, moderate, or severe
With this type of depression, someone has experienced depression for at least two years (one year for children/adolescents) with little or no relief
This type of recurrent depression is experienced in the fall or winter months.
Peripartum depression begins during pregnancy and can continue into postpartum
Postpartum starts after baby arrives…usually within four weeks of delivery
It is common for people to experience some depression symptoms due to significant events in their lives such as the loss of a loved one, financial stress, or relationship stress.
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