It’s easy to spot what we consider traditional depression symptoms: crying, lack of movement, sadness, silence, brain fog, slumped body, lack of desire, fear, hopelessness, helplessness and an overall worry that life is not worth living. I’m here today to talk about the OTHER depression that is often mistaken for a personality flaw or seen as someone simply being in a bad mood. #Repost -RD

It’s easy to spot what we consider traditional depression symptoms: crying, lack of movement, sadness, silence, brain fog, slumped body, lack of desire, fear, hopelessness, helplessness and an overall worry that life is not worth living. I’m here today to talk about the OTHER depression that is often mistaken for a personality flaw or seen as someone simply being in a bad mood. #Repost -RD

Kari here are some known symptoms of depression. This image gives a great explanation because depression can be physical, emotional and take affect our thoughts and behaviors.Take a moment to review these symptoms. Do any of these apply to you?

Kari here are some known symptoms of depression. This image gives a great explanation because depression can be physical, emotional and take affect our thoughts and behaviors.Take a moment to review these symptoms. Do any of these apply to you?

Bipolar Disorder Infographic An infographic showing the symptoms, diagnosis, prevalence, causes, and treatment of Bipolar Disorder, which is...

Bipolar Disorder Infographic An infographic showing the symptoms, diagnosis, prevalence, causes, and treatment of Bipolar Disorder, which is...

I'm not to the point of being suicidal, but this could be reasons for why I sleep A LOT and why I have a terrible memory...

I'm not to the point of being suicidal, but this could be reasons for why I sleep A LOT and why I have a terrible memory...

Quote on mental health: Mental illness is the only disease that can make you deny its own existence. Certainly the idea that the brain can deny its own illness is a frightening thought. -Natasha Tracy.  www.HealthyPlace.com

Quote on mental health: Mental illness is the only disease that can make you deny its own existence. Certainly the idea that the brain can deny its own illness is a frightening thought. -Natasha Tracy. www.HealthyPlace.com

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