Depression is a mental illness that negatively affects your thoughts, the way you feel, the way you make decisions and how you act in certain situations. It is a treatable disease but it is hard for the person to admit that he/she is suffering from depression. It leads various problems like loss of interest, feeling sad, don’t want to do anything once the thing the enjoyed a lot.
One in Six individual experience depression in different stages of life. Depression can hit a person at any age it can be due to studies, personal problems, and loss of someone very close to you.
When you are at your teenage it is difficult to admit that you are in a depression. But people around you notice each and everything and they ask you about it but most of the time each one of us lies. When this depression at your teen left untreated it creates a problem in further life when they enter the college or in the corporate world. Untreatable depression are very dangerous as the person may start feeling that nobody cares for them anymore and there are other various factors that start affecting a person. When a person works at a workplace, in starting they feel happy, but by the time they realize that there is something wrong going in their life it becomes very hard to take control back in life and then counseling is the last option left for them. A counselor helps them to treat their depression by listening to their thoughts and with the help of those thought they start treating the person and help them to get out of the depression. If a person has a child and you think they are psychological instability, endeavor to delicately push them to speak the truth about it. Tell them it isn't their blame. It isn't something they have to cover up or be embarrassed about. If they seek help earlier it will be beneficial for them as well as for you to treat their depression at a young age otherwise they will face many problems in their life. Be it related to decision making, be it related to personal life. Lying about depression may lead to worse effects.