“It’s a recession when your neighbor loses his job; it’s a depression when you lose yours.” Harry S. Truman
Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses in America. It has been reported that about 9.5 million Americans suffer from some depression almost every six months.
If you’ve been suffering from mild or severe depression on a recurring basis you need to learn more and learn it fast!
Listen very carefully and we will tell you how you can pinpoint the warning signs and nip the problem in the bud before it becomes a life-threatening condition.
First things first!
What is depression? The upside definition is a state of mind which results in a serious, long-term lowering of enjoyment of life or inability to visualize a happy future.
On a more serious note, depression is a period of feeling “the blues” which lasts longer than several weeks and may include thoughts of self-inflicted injury or suicide.
Pretty scary, isn’t it?
Just tune in to your evening news and you will see the results of depression. Parents and family members who didn’t have a suspicion that their loved one suffered from depression, therefore they missed the tell-tale early signs of detection.
This appears to be true of our youth. It seems like not a day goes by that we don’t learn of another teen or even pre-teen, commit a violent act that stemmed from a state of severe depression.
How is a parent to know? And if you ARE fortunate to detect the depression, what is your next step? This is extremely important when it comes to our children.
Because some of the symptoms are so illusive, they can be easily overlooked in our busy day to day activities. We may push the thoughts to the back of our minds and decide to have that discussion “tomorrow.” Sadly, sometimes “tomorrow” just does not come.
Anyone can have it!
Depression has no boundaries. Rich, poor, fat, thin, young or old depression does not discriminate!
What we hope to share with you is that we can help. Detecting the early signs of depression in yourself or loved ones should be your paramount concern.
What you need is knowledge. “Overcoming Depression” will help you learn what you need to know in order to understand the problem and determine if professional help is needed.
While “Overcoming Depression” is not considered a substitute for professional care, it does alert you to the warning signs and other information that can help you cope with the problem.
What do I need to know?
Let’s explore what you will find in “Overcoming Depression:”
· Signs of Depression
· How Do I know if I am Severely Depressed?
· Depression Is A Real Illness
· What Causes Depression?
· When Should I see a doctor?
· Is there Treatment for Depression?
· Are there any “natural” treatments for depression?
· Depression and Suicide
· Depression and Anxiety Disorders
· What is bi-polar Disorder?
· Avoid Depression in a Few Easy Steps
And Much Much More!
Experiencing “Overcoming Depression” will provide you with the tools necessary to really understand depression and how to overcome the problem for yourself or your loved ones.