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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How To Help Someone With Depression Understanding Depression Depression is a mood disorder thatgenerally is characterized by immensesadness.It is caused by not enough serotonin ornorepinephrine released in the brain and is often hereditary. Symptoms: - irritablity- weight loss or gain- frequent thoughts of death- guilt- indecisiveness- no interest in regular activities- loss of energy- insomnia or hypersomnia What Not To Do: - ask them why they're depressed. generally it's just their brain.- tell them its all in their head- tell them to "snap out of it" What To Do: Bibliography Rodriguez, Jaclyn, and Tracy Irons-Georges. Psychology and Mental Health. Vol. I. Pasadena, CA: Salem, 2001. Print.Bornstein, Robert F., Ph.D., Jennifer Gosselin, MA, Fiona Starr, Ph. D., Graham Turpin, Ph.D., Nicola Kimber, Ph. D., Malcolm Peet, James Maddux, Ph. D., Keith Woods, MSc, Tom Hefferman, Ph. D., and Peter D. Moxon, Ph. D. Abnormal Psychology. Vol. VI. Singapore: Brown Partworks Limited, 2002. Print. Psychology.Borchard, Therese J. "What Not to Say to a Depressed Person." Psych Psych Central, 13 Nov. 2010. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.Davis, Ashley. "How to Help Someone Who's Depressed." How To Help Someone With Depression. Health Media Ventures Inc., 2015. Web. 19 Jan. 2015. - remind them it's a medical condition- offer your help - encourage medical care and/or therapy- stay in contact with them- pay attention for signs of suicidal thoughts
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