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Depression Question..just wondering?!


Question: Depression Question..just wondering?
Well basically ive gone through alot in a short amount of time and my life situation has me down. And just from looking at the symptoms of depression I feel that Iam actually depressed.And Ive felt that i was for a while. I get down sometime..but I cant cry or even let myself dwell on it..i wont let myself I guess. I just feel other people are going through horrible things in their lives too..even worse than me so how can I just cry for myself.. and why dwell on things that I could maybe turn into a life lesson. idk I guess I just feel like self pity isn't productive. So I laugh and joke and brush these feelings off. But wat Im worried about is maybe im just pushing my real problems to the side and maybe im not handling it right and it will come harder to the point where i cant just joke around and laugh it off. I still have the physical symptoms of depression[loss of appetite,excessive sleeping,trouble concentrating,etc..] i guess i just don't know if its normal that i can just push it to the side for a little while so easy..and if its just gonna catch up with me in the long run.

Answers:

loss of appetite,excessive sleeping,trouble concentrating......as you said if this is the major problem you are having anxiety about your past sure.

Don't worry about your past or future, worry about your present only.

Take care of present future will take care of itself.

Is just a worry not depression.
There are as many misconceptions about teen depression as there are about teenagers in general. Yes, the teen years are tough, but most teens balance the requisite angst with good friendships, success in school or outside activities, and the development of a strong sense of self. Occasional bad moods or acting out is to be expected, but depression is something different. Depression can destroy the very essence of a teenager’s personality, causing an overwhelming sense of sadness, despair, or anger.

Whether the incidence of teen depression is actually increasing, or we’re just becoming more aware of it, the fact is that depression strikes teenagers far more often than most people think. And although depression is highly treatable, experts say only 20% of depressed teens ever receive help.
Unlike adults, who have the ability to seek assistance on their own, teenagers usually must rely on parents, teachers, or other caregivers to recognize their suffering and get them the treatment they need. So if you have an adolescent in your life, it’s important to learn what teen depression looks like and what to do if you spot the warning signs.

* Sadness or hopelessness
* Irritability, anger, or hostility
* Tearfulness or frequent crying
* Withdrawal from friends and family
* Loss of interest in activities
* Changes in eating and sleeping habits
* Restlessness and agitation
* Feelings of worthlessness and guilt
* Lack of enthusiasm and motivation
* Fatigue or lack of energy
* Difficulty concentrating
* Thoughts of death or suicide

If this things happens you can consult psychologist .... that will do immense good.

Have a nice day.



I think you answered your question by yourself - yes, it is not probably the smartest way to deal with the problem - to push it aside. Just think, that you will always worry if you still have it or not. My suggestion is to concentrate on it 100%. Take a break from your daily routine and think it over. Use every information you find and start to do something about it. Try to check the source link, there are great articles for free, that explain the origin of the depression and how to fight with it.
Hope it helps, good luck.

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