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You may have heard of depression being like a fog descending, dampening all of your lightness, hope and making the most ordinary things seem so difficult to do. If this is where you are, you’ve probably lost your appetite for food, sex and everything else as well. Hours slip by as you struggle with the most basic tasks. You feel hopeless - and when your sadness is constant, every day, it’s hard to see any light at the end of the tunnel.
But HERE is HOPE. Research has shown that most people who take some action to lift their depression do get better. One strategy that seems to work is to have someone who will accept you just as you are right now, without judgements or demands. I offer you that.
As I support you, we’ll learn what triggers your depression - because everyone is different. You can learn what makes you vulnerable, which thinking patterns help you and which ones don’t. There might also be some stuff from earlier in your life that is impacting on you, without you even being aware of it.
And then as you are feeling stronger, you will learn how to hold onto the gains you’ve made.
Your doctor may have prescribed anti-depressants. The combination of medication and therapy can be helpful so do stick with them if you’ve started them. As things get better, everything can be reviewed. Remember though, while Medication treats the symptoms, therapy treats the problem.
You can feel better than this. HERE is HOPE.