If you cry on simple things and feels bored or too lazy to laugh or smile does it mean your depressed?
Last Updated: 05/11/2020 at 7:45am
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Could mean many things honestly, sensitivity, fatigued, and yeah even depression, but depression can be tricky at times. Personally at the start of my depression, I got angry and sad over little things, avoided people and had a hard time smiling. Depression can be different for everyone. Don't be afraid to come chat with one of our listeners if you'd like to get anything off your chest, That's what we're here for!
It doesn't automatically mean you are depressed, but it may mean you have an underlying issue that should be addressed. Try talking to someone you trust about the situation, it may help you get a better idea of what's going on in your mind and how you can help yourself if it's affecting your life.
It can be a signal of depression, though it often includes a loss of interest in things you usually enjoy IIt's okay to talk to someone for help and to try figure out your feelings and why you may feeling it If you're worried about being depressed then it may be a realisation of sorts if you think that recently you've not being feeling as happy as you have done in the past
It mean your anxious, sometime we don’t know what is happening to us. But it’s better to spend some time with self or a right person. Let out the toxicity and negativity around you. Thank God, try to spend time with family especially parents. You never know when you are seeing them last. Be a proper person in life by bringing minor cool changes like hair cut, dressing blah blah you never know what will bring peace in your life! Trust God with every night is a day. Shiny and beautiful. You will have it if you believe it.
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