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What to do if you think you have depression?

March 31, 2016

Depression in today’s society is as common as the everyday cold. Whether self diagnosed or by a medical professional, we all know at least a handful of friends, family, and we ourselves may have even experienced light, mild or heavy symptoms of depression. 

 

Depression is not restricted by ages, sex, creed or geological location. As we journey through life’s trials, tribulations and challenges; mattering on what resources we perceive we have to best deal with the situations, everyone of us is capable of experiencing some level of depression throughout their lifetime. This is perfectly normal and to be expected. 

 

In my years of working with hundreds of clients on a daily basis, I have notice that there are common threads between those that dissolve depression and faster than others. There are common traits, attitudes and methodologies that when understood and applied can allow any human being on planet earth to finally move forward drug-free and experience clarity of mind and body. Releasing the shackles and burdens that depressive states cause and create in our lives, aswell as for those we love.

 

Before I give you some advice to best assist you, let me give you some signs and symptoms (warning bells) that can allow you to know if you or someone you care about is experiencing depression symptoms;