• Yes, depression does get better. I was diagnosed with depression with suicidal tendencies at 8 years old. My coping technique has been to find 1 reason every morning why today was not a good day to die. I have filled my life with things that give me a reason to live. Eventually you don’t need that c…

    Just like anyone who isn’t bipolar. I am bipolar and married 50 years.

    It sounds like you know you are depressed. The first thing you need to do is make an appointment with a psychiatrist that can evaluate and give you a diagnosis. Then, if needed, they can prescribe you medication‘s to help you. be sure to follow all the instructions of your psychiatrist, and take all y…

    Many antidepressants make you feel worse…and worse…and never better. There’s no reason why they should make you feel better, and actually only a minority of people will experience an improvement. The majority will either not find any improvement or the problems more significant than any benefits. Tha…

    Disabled Vet (1979–present) · 2h ·

    Is atypical depression related to bipolar disorder? How?

    Yes, it is related to bipolar disorder 1 and 2. Also major depressive illness. Funnily enough, I had no idea what atypical depression was until last week, and now see that this is what I almost certainly suffer from. I have bipolar 1 disorder and I have suffered from this atypical depression all my li…

    Disabled Vet (1979–present) · 2h ·

    Other than therapists, which professionals can evaluate you like a psychiatrist/psychologist?

    Are there people that can evaluate you like a psychiatrist/psychologist and not a therapist? I quickly edited this question and still don’t quite understand it. I’ll take a shot at it nonetheless. First, some US-based definitions: * mental health evaluations and diagnoses are provided by qualified profess…

    I was once approached by some ghosts. What looked like thin young men in grey hoodies were jogging toward me. It was a dangerous situation because I was driving on a highway and they were getting in my way. This was on a day when I was suffering maybe the worst stress of my life. I’m educated and not…

    I was diagnosed bipolar about four maybe five years ago. Once I began to understand all the types of things included in manic episodes I was blown away by all the things I have done which war manic but I didn’t know. Sometimes the one I was manic I did things that did not harm anyone. Things like ex…

    Kammy There isn’t anything you can’t tell your therapist.

    Disabled Vet (1979–present) · Mon ·

    Why is depression considered a mental illness?

    Originally Answered: Is depression a serious mental illness? I don’t know, lets have a look at the facts then you can decide for yourself. Depression can… * Cost someone their job, their health, their relationships, their future. * Can make someone feel helpless, hopeless, worthless and desperate. * They can b…

    Disabled Vet (1979–present) · Mon ·

    When depressed, do you feel more sad or nothing?

    I wouldn’t call it ‘nothing’. Its’ more of a sort of numbness to the world -like when you’re an extremely cold place and eventually parts of you just go numb from the cold and no longer feel it. That’s more what it’s like. I can go for days feeling numb, in autopilot mode, registering nothing that is…

    Disabled Vet (1979–present) · Mon ·

    How do I explain to my friend that depression is more than just being or feeling sad?

    When you are depressed (been there, done that!) you are incapable of reasoning or thinking logically, and are so immersed in your despair, gloom, melancholy and self loathing, it’s impossible for you to find a way out on your own. I have already said in other posts, that even though family is my obj…

    I was first diagnosed at 57 following a med induced manic episode and at 62 am still trying to make sense of it all. Was very depressed most of my life and in therapy for years my providers did not see it. I think we have a certain blindness around hypomanic sc.…

    Kammy No unless there is severe verbal and physical abuse. Develop your mental muscles. To feel better reduce negative thoughts. Be careful what you feed your mind. Avoid comparing yourself physically or mentally with others, reduce negative social media and avoid constipation as it affects the mind.…

    For mild depression, your doctor can treat it with medication. If it is beyond that, he or she can refer you to an appropriate mental health provider.

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