Guest Post: Finding Support in Depression by Fran Hutchinson

Have you ever had black days? Days when you wanted to see nobody and do nothing, even the things you like best? If this happens once in a while, you could call it sadness. But if it lasts for more than three or four days it is known as depression. Depression is not a weakness, but a medical malfunction that takes away your control, and there are two major types. One is triggered by specific events like a death in the family, loss of a job, an injury that affects your ability to function as you typically would.

Signs You May Need Help

While caring for a loved one, you process so many things throughout your days, from tasks to emotions that it is easy enough to get caught up without seeing underlying health issues with yourself. 

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