In the U.S., depression is the leading cause of disability. It affects more than 15 million Americans every year. Depression is more complicated than you think. It is not simply one feeling sad all the time. In fact, depression isn’t the same for everyone. Despite this, depression is very treatable, especially when you understand this to be the issue.

The following are some questions that may help you determine if you should seek counseling and/or therapy:

  • Are you always tired?
  • Does it feel overwhelming to plan, initiate, or complete tasks?
  • Does everyone and everything annoy you?
  • Are you on edge and agitated with those around you?
  • Are you sleeping too little or too much?
  • Do you find yourself eating too much or not at all?
  • Do you feel chronic pain that is not associated with a medical condition?
  • Have you stopped caring about your appearance and basic hygiene tasks?
  • Are you isolated and no longer hang out with family or friends?
  • Do you no longer have any interest in things?
  • Are you forgetful and struggling to focus?
  • Are you constantly consumed with negative thoughts?
  • Have you had very low tolerance?
  • Are you in a state of anger about very small things?

If you answer yes to four or more of these questions, allow us to help you discover the underlying issue and guide you through your healing process.

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