Everybody feels down every now and then, but that typically does not last more than a few days and will go away with time. Depression is quite different. It is the second most common mental health condition, with 30 million people suffering every year and is characterized by feeling sad, helpless, hopeless, worthless, irritable, or guilty. It also typically includes a decreased interest in activities, hobbies, sex, or other appealing activities, low energy, poor concentration, poor sleep and appetite, body aches and pains, and for some, suicidal thoughts. Please note that if you are in any danger of harming yourself, you should call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Depression can be treated using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Ross is very familiar with therapy for treating depression and has been doing so for many years. If you are interested in receiving CBT for for depression, there is no need to continue the suffering. You can get help now!