“You can’t just “get over it”
It is a real illness like any other illness; you cannot simply get over it in a couple of days, this can take weeks or even months. It’s not like become normal again by just flicking a switch.
Depression isn’t made up, it’s an actual illness.
Its chronic mental disability which don’t have cure.
Unhappiness can be weakness in few glands of your brain and the limbic system.
These are linked with your emotions and affect your ability to feel good and energy.
I would like to say to those who born without the predisposition that never have anxiety, it’s possible to weaken your body with strong inflammation that affect your limbic system or cancer.
Depression is common, just because you don’t see it doesn’t mean people don’t have it.
It’s a common thinking like may be anxiety is infrequent, in reality it’s a just like anyone can have cough, headache or fever. World health organization says millions of people are afflicted by anxiety. You think you don’t inquired someone having such mental illness in relatives and friends doesn’t mean it’s rare.
Depression doesn’t differentiate, you can have it commonly.
There can be many victims of this disease. Rich or poor, teenager or adult. There is a huge option of having anxiety to anyone.
Anxious people are may be unwell, but not stupid as well.
Mind sicknesses resemble bodily ailments – you give them medical care and improve. A man having these problems have any excessive insane as compared to man having bodily ailment.
It happens having a nice period even having anxiety , but it cannot be a representation that you are now free from it.
People with wretchedness can have “great” days where they don’t feel discouraged – without a doubt, they can have days where they even feel glad. In any case, it’s a mix-up to accept that, since they feel great one day, that they’re never again wiped out
People with depression aren’t just “negative” or ungrateful
Because a man experiences discouragement, it doesn’t imply that they’re a pessimistic or
Thankless person. and, depression is a sickness, and it can transpire.