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10 Signs It's Time to Get Help for Depression

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Man meditating
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Calendar, never ending concept
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Hopelessness


Woman distracted by outside at work
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An inability to concentrate


Man with aches and pains
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Unexplained aches and pains


Apathy for the sports he use to love.
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Apathy concerning the things you liked to do


Drinking while depressed.
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Alcohol or drug abuse


young lady trying to sleep.
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Changes in sleep habits


Woman sad not eating.
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Changes in appetite and eating


Co-workers yelling at each other.
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Irritability, agitation, and moodiness


woman in living room feeling worthless.
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Feelings of worthlessness and guilt


Suicide word cloud
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Thoughts of death, suicide, or self-harm


Therese Borchard

Therese Borchard

@thereseborchard

Therese Borchard has written for a variety of websites, including CNN, The Huffington Post, Everyday Health, and Psych Central, and is the author of Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression & Anxiety and Making the Most of Bad Genes and The Pocket Therapist. Founder of the online depression communities Project Hope & Beyond and Group Beyond Blue on Facebook. Therese advocates on behalf of those who live with depression and other mood disorders. You can find her at thereseborchard.com.