How do I know if I'm sad or depressed?

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How do I know if I'm sad or depressed?
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EmpatheticEmma
June 10th, 2016 1:59pm
If you're afraid that your depressed, there are many things you can do to help figure it out. Here on 7 Cups we have a great test tool that will help you possibly figure out if you're depressed or simply sad. Hopefully taking this test will help you figure out something new. Best wishes!
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Makayla124
May 22nd, 2018 6:51am
You will know if you are sad or depressed because your mood will be very down. You will most likely want to be alone and not have an interest in doing the things that you wanted to before. You may experience feelings of numbness or the urge to cry, you may also feel very confused and lonely, since these feelings sometimes cause isolation. Sadness is a feeling that comes with heaviness and normally despair, and depression normally brings along irritation, seclusion, apathy and more. You will normally be able to identify these feelings without a lot of thought, and if you can't then it is best to speak with a therapist about what the disconnect between you and your emotions is.

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Anonymous
December 27th, 2014 12:32am
You can know if you're depressed because everything makes you feel sad. You feel tired all the time, maybe you don't wanna eat, or by the contrary you eat aaaall of what you see, you cry all the time, you have suicidal ideas, feeling extremely alone and lonely even if you are sorrounded by people. That's being depressed, feeling numb and empty ALWAYS.
alexxmariee
June 19th, 2015 7:03am
Based on my experience, I knew I was depressed by lack of motivation, constantly sleeping (or wanting to), rarely eating, messy room, excessive laziness, feeling extremely negative towards myself, and feeling hopeless.
Whisperingwoods
July 19th, 2018 5:00am
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HopeLeadsToTheLight
December 21st, 2014 9:37am
There is a clear difference between being just sad and being depressed. But it becomes difficult to distinguish for the person going through this. Being sad is temporary feeling that one overcomes in some time (may take several hours or sometimes days) and the person regains it natural mood after some time. But depression is when the feeling isn't ending, it isn't going away. Depression becomes a part of you, it affects you and your activities. You find it difficult and rare to regain your original moods. Life seems to have taken this road and these feelings have become permanent.
KleineMaus
December 4th, 2014 10:39pm
Sadness is usually a temporary feeling, that is triggered by some sort of event.. Depression can start out as sadness, but it persists for an extended period of time, and oftentimes, there's no particular reason as to why you feel so bummed out. If it's a prolonged sadness that you just can't get over, it never hurts to talk it out with someone, which is why we're all here. :-)
xfriendpleasex
November 24th, 2014 7:33pm
Depression is a dark cloud hanging over your head constantly, whether you feel awful that second or not. You still have the sense of being separated from everyone. Also when you're sad you know you won't be sad forever, but with depression you can never see the end.
Larzy
August 16th, 2015 3:57am
Depression isn't just sadness, It's feeling nothing, Your personality changing a bit and not wanting to be alive anymore for some periods of time. If you have a type of depression, you'll know. :)
aPersonOutThere
January 5th, 2015 7:37pm
Usually, the most prominent difference between depression and sadness is how long it lasts: if you've been sad for a while, and no matter what you do or when or how, you don't get as happy as you remember yourself being, even if those same things used to make you happy. It remains for weeks on end, sometimes longer.
glowlisten
January 27th, 2016 10:28pm
Sadness is crying when you want to be happy. Depression is wanting to cry but not feeling the tears come. Sadness is an emotion, depression is a monster.
celia28
November 28th, 2014 6:56pm
Sadness is your immediate reaction to bad things that happen to you, these feelings usually disappear when you talk about things or in their own time. Depression is when you feel sad, worthless or useless (and many other symptoms) for a long period of time. It is often characterised by low mood, but you can also lose interest in hobbies, over eat or under eat or see some significant changes in your sleeping pattern. If you have any of those symptoms or are worried, it's always a good idea to see your doctor.
Anonymous
November 25th, 2014 3:28am
Many ways to describe depression is a loss of interest in things you usedd to love. Feelings you used to have are now gone, and there's an unnecessary sadness.
Erynn
December 14th, 2014 10:23pm
Good question. Online there are many lists of symptoms of depression which can help you get a general idea. Talking to a doctor can help a lot. One major part of depression is how long it is, and how greatly it impacts your ability to function in carious aspects of daily life (concentration, sleep, eating are just a few examples)
coffeemanbren2
August 16th, 2015 3:25pm
in my experience depression is inward and sadness is outward. i mean, ifyou think YOU are the reason for your feelings... you feel worthless or you feel hopeless or you feel like no one likes you and those feelings are accompanied by constant tiredness, difficulty concentrating, loss of interest in things you usually enjoy, intrusive thoughts and, in particular, thoughts and/or attempts at self harm, and they are over a long period. then its more likley depression. if on the other hand you can look at a situation you feel sad n and identify an outside, one time cause like... a family pet dying or missing out on a spot in a team and none of the other symptoms are present, its likely sadness. if you are sad for a long time or have feelings or thoughts of suicide, you should see a health professional
Anonymous
March 11th, 2018 1:31pm
Change in sleep patterns and apetite, negative thinking, thoughts of hopelesness and suicide, feelings of sadness...
gloriousJoy07
June 19th, 2015 11:28am
Depression is no fashionable affliction. In it is real, insidious, and when in full bloom, debilitating. Yet far too many people are oblivious to their own deep sadness or simply refuse to recognize it. Many people assume that depression is easily identifiable, manifesting itself as persistent sadness that doesn't lift. In fact, symptoms of depression can take a variety of forms.You may find that you are tired all the time, and all you want to do is sleep. Depression can also trigger insomnia, forgetfulness, and an inability to take pleasure in normal activities.It is not just feeling sad,depression doesn't just occur when something bad happens in your life. It can happen even when things seem fine.Biggest difference is, depression doesn't make you sad all the time.One of the most popular, enduring, and irritating myths about depression is that it means depressed people are sad all the time – and that by extension, people who are happy can’t be experiencing depression, even if they say they are.
TheComedyTragedy
November 25th, 2014 11:14pm
Depression is the state of being sad constantly for a period of more than 2 weeks. The sadness is very hard to get rid of and often can have no real cause or reason, or be triggered by certain events rather than sadness which comes and goes, or simply goes.
Anonymous
January 1st, 2015 12:48pm
well typically people define depression as when the sadness prolongs, stays with you. the sadness can go up and down, in waves, it can be an extreme low for a while, weeks even, then back to a point where you're just resting or waiting for an ultimate low to hit again. this is something i've struggled with, i have major depressive disorder, also can be referred to as recurrent depression. there are many areas of depression and bipolar disorder that can have the same kind of characteristics. if you feel like there is something wrong, you are unlike yourself or anything is off in the slightest. your best bet is to seek help to get all the support and more that you need to be able to combat whatever it is that you may be feeling and dealing with! :)
Anonymous
November 25th, 2014 5:59pm
The difference is that depression is more profound and much more than just a mood. It involves other things such as a feeling of loss of energy, inability to meet a challenge and a negative self image. You are right. It is beyond 'sad'. Although, you may draw no comfort from this fact, that although the condition is very common it is easily misunderstood by those who have never actually experienced it. Yes, she needs help although she will most probably reject it strongly. She needs to receive the kind of counselling that only a true professional in the field can offer. She also needs your help. The help that only someone that loves her can offer. Love is strong and should never be underestimated.
Anonymous
June 24th, 2015 3:41pm
You will just know, depression is where you enter a temporary, or permanent state of sadness. Lose interest in things you love, won't want o do anything. If these sort of things occurr, you'll know.
Jay22822
August 18th, 2015 4:11pm
Depression is a serveraty of sadness and other emotions like anger and pain and brokenenss. Sadness is just sadness.
weallthesame
July 5th, 2015 10:51pm
Sadness will pass in due course. But, if the feelings are interfering with your life and don't go away after a couple of weeks, or if they come back, over and over again, for a few days at a time, it could be a sign that you're depressed
Anonymous
July 29th, 2015 5:44am
Depression has specific symptoms that go beyond sadness. Depression includes a lack of interest in things we used to like, fatigue, lack of motivation, feelings of helplessness, feelings of hopelessness, and so forth. While many of those things can also be related to sadness, they are stronger emotions when associated with depression and they last longer than general sadness would last. Additionally, sadness often has a trigger (or preceding event) where depression may or may not have one.
SEAMUSE
August 9th, 2015 6:40pm
Sadness can often be traced back to one specific event or thought, depression is more of a general sadness that you feel weighs heavily on your shoulders, and can make you feel apathetic, or like every day things are really difficult to manage.
Waterbear
June 20th, 2015 10:28pm
There's a list of official diagnostic criteria, but if you're trying to figure it out for yourself, a good thing to ask yourself is if you can still have fun, enjoy things you've always liked, and be happy when you get good news. If the answer is no, and this has gone on for more than a few weeks, you're probably depressed (although there are also some physical conditions that can cause this so it might help to see a doctor if you can afford it).
Anonymous
July 12th, 2015 12:31pm
Depression feels very different to sadness. Every witnesses and sees sadness in their life. Depression is feeling like you are worthless. It is on a much higher scale than sadness and can do much more damage. If you do ever feel like you are worthless or this life just isn't for you, please talk to a friend, parent, doctor or a listener on this site.
Amy96
March 19th, 2016 4:44pm
As I've experienced something, it's mostly about time and the effect. Sadness is something that doesn't feel good at the moment, it may weigh you down or even leave you desperate, but you mostly know the reason and a strategy to cope, and you know that sooner or later (maybe sooner) the pain will go away. Meanwhile,depression is persistent, it totally drains your energy, takes your ability to focus, is paired with feelings like guilt, shame or anger. You might not even always know what is causing your depressive episodes, it just happens. And you can't always see a way out either. But believe me, there is a way out, and you can win this fight.
lovelyOcean15
July 9th, 2015 7:25pm
Depressed feeling is probably you will feel fatigue, loss of interest on your activities, loss of appetite for more 2 weeks time. But sad will be okay after a while.
Anonymous
December 7th, 2014 7:30pm
If it interferes with your day to day activities and daily life, then you may suffer from depression and will probably benefit from consulting with a doctor.
thatfangirlyouknow
July 12th, 2015 4:48pm
Depression lasts much longer. Wait it out. If every morning your feel like you can't get up, and it feels like a weight dragging you down, if you are tired whilst doing everything, with sadness always lurking in your mind, for weeks, then you are most likely depressed. sadness will come and go, but depression stays for a while longer.
Anonymous
February 7th, 2016 11:42am
If you are sad, you will hate the cause of your sadness but if you are depressed, you will literally hate everything.
BrokenDefinition
June 19th, 2015 6:56pm
Though being depressed or sad can both be upsetting if you fear you may have more than just a temporary case of the blue you may want to consider seeking help from a professional counseling service or your primary doctor. We're always here to listen though!
Anonymous
June 20th, 2015 4:31am
If it has been a long period of time where you are constantly just going through the motions, then probably probably depressed. If a short period of time, then probably sad. The only true way would be to see a doctor.
Jennalovely2
September 30th, 2015 3:47am
Depression is a very strong sadness that last for long periods of time. Being only sad only lasts not more than 2 days.
heavenlygrob98
March 22nd, 2015 1:19am
Depression and sadness are often confused. Ultimately, depression is the lasting and pervasive feelings of sadness, hopelessness, emptiness, and lack of motivation. If your moods are affecting your sleeping and eating habits, your productivity, your work/school life, your friendships, or your life in any way, you may be depressed. Seeing a doctor or nurse could help you identify your feelings, and they could then begin to help you deal with your depression, or if you are just sad, your sadness.
Anonymous
June 19th, 2015 5:46pm
The length of how long you've been like that, if it was caused right after a sad event, any other symptoms and actions
goldirox47
October 9th, 2015 9:29pm
Sadness may last a couple days real depression makes it hard to get up in the morning to work or school You may rearly Feel happy but not long enough to matter and everything just seems hopeless but you can recover
Anonymous
March 27th, 2016 10:28am
If you don't feel like doing anything, or like anything matters, you could be depressed. If you are sad, you usually feel like crying a lot.
Zora17
June 21st, 2015 4:03pm
Depression is like a chronic sadness. You'll feel down even during and after situations that usually cheer you up, and this will keep happening over a longer period of time. It becomes difficult to enjoy anything that you usually do. There will be a lack of interest in life, a hopelessness. You'll have more negative views of the world and yourself. Physically, you'll feel tired and sore even if you haven't done any hard activity. Getting out of bed and taking care of yourself becomes difficult.
Ginieboops
September 28th, 2015 8:08pm
Sadness is short lived around an hour to a day and has a clear reason to it. Depression sneaks up on you and doesn't always have one clear answer to its occurrence, it'll last a lot longer at a time, you won't cry as such but it'll feel heavy in you chest and head and your brain will just feel flat and under stimulated.
Anonymous
November 6th, 2015 1:51am
Feeling sad or feeling depressed are normal feelings that ALL humans go through! You are not alone. You might be sad because you have a chemical imbalance in your brain. Often I'm sad or I'm depressed when I'm not getting enough sleep, or exercise, or if I'm consuming too much caffeine, and working in a stressful environment. How do I know if I'm depressed? I talk to my partner, or someone on 7 Cups, let them know how I'm feeling, and in talking to them I can figure it out. I'd recommend seeing a therapist if you think you might be depressed for more than a few days/weeks.
QuietKitten123
March 11th, 2016 1:21pm
If im sad or depressed i know because i shut my self away from my family and lock my bedroom door. It Sometimes comes along at times when i least expect it...
Anonymous
March 11th, 2016 3:56pm
Feeling down, feeling worthless, feeling like nothing will get better, feeling like you're a burden to everyone including friends and family.
Anonymous
March 11th, 2016 9:14pm
There are several kinds of depression but the common thing is that you feel sad, sick and empty. If you are watching tv, you would just keep staring at it. Even if you are smiling you aren't actually happy. You feel like lying down all the time and every small task would seem huge. You may even be sleep deprived. You also start avoiding social situations. It may take days, months or even years to come back to normal. If these apply to you then you are depressed and must talk to a councelor. immediately.
WarmShadow8
March 23rd, 2016 12:58am
Sadness and Depression are two different things. Depression is a more serious mental illness where you get to the point that you can no longer eat, your body hurts physically, and you get sad and feel lonely on a series of episodes. Depression is more severe.
IHateMyBody
April 23rd, 2016 10:38pm
Being sad is usually only once, it can be sad over something, for a few minutes, hours, days. Being depressed is when you are upset a lot, even with no reason and you get tired of trying to make yourself happy. You lose hope a lot and can't be bothered doing fun activities you enjoyed in the past. There is a big difference between being sad and depressed
Dandroider
May 1st, 2018 6:32pm
Depression has a lot more signs than just being sad, for example the inability to motivate yourself, not feeling joy in things you liked before. To really know if you're depressed, you need to talk to a therapist/psychologist.
Anonymous
May 1st, 2015 12:48am
I too have had the same problem. I would suggest going to therapy to talk about your feelings and they can also help distinguish if you have depression or not :)
WarmHeart22
May 22nd, 2015 10:02pm
Depressed is when the sadness happens frequently and if you're sad at a certain high level. Depression could also mean that the sadness is affecting your life. You can also try to understand if you have depression with the symptoms or talking about it to a professional counselor or therapist.
Anonymous
May 24th, 2015 8:23pm
If you are depressed, than you are thinking about suicide, you loosing your sene of lfe and you also loosing your apetite, if you are sad than you are just sad..
Dan21
June 14th, 2015 1:10pm
Sadness usually has a reason behind it, depression can come and go but doesn't need an actual reason to get you down, but it will make you feel like things are going badly so it can be hard for the sufferer to tell. The best way to tell would be to talk to someone who knows, either on this site or a doctor or someone you know who's had depression.
Anonymous
June 20th, 2015 3:09pm
It is something that I can't answer for sure, but depression is generally more constant and debilitating than being sad. If you think you might be depressed it may be a good idea for you to talk to a therapist.
Anonymous
June 20th, 2015 4:21pm
There are differences between being depressed and being sad. Being sad is usually a feeling that is a result of a situation or cause. Being depressed is a constant feeling that occurs without reason. Being depressed takes over your life even when you feel like you should be happy. Sadness is temporary, depression is not.
Anonymous
June 21st, 2015 5:31am
when you're depressed, you had no interest in life or doing anything you actually love to do. but when you're sad, you'll still have interest doing your hobby and actually feel better after that.
Anonymous
June 21st, 2015 4:43pm
When you're sad, it's usually because of something, like a breakup or a bad test grade, but depression is a mental disorder where you're sad with no real reason. Sadness goes away, but depression doesn't if it's untreated.
Anonymous
July 18th, 2015 10:24pm
sadness tends to come in waves. Being depressed sticks around. when you are depressed, you don't want to get out of bed. i've had a sadness that has lasted for 2 or 3 days, but depression lasts for weeks or months.
Ky23
August 6th, 2015 12:23am
Sadness eventually fades, just like any other feeling. When you are depressed, feelings like sadness stick around way longer then they should. You may have lost interest in things you previously loved when depressed, or don't feel the need to do much of anything. It's important to let someone know how you are feeling, in whatever way is best for you!
themightypotatochip
December 11th, 2015 8:24pm
When you are sad it is a temporary thing that happens for a reason, something has happened that has made you feel this way, when you are depressed it is an ongoing wave of different negative emotions that sometimes will come for no reason.
SympatheicSeal7329
February 5th, 2016 1:37am
Time and intensity. Depression is an intense sadness, typically lasting for months to years and often reoccurring without apparent cause.
CaringJoy
February 6th, 2016 3:34am
Being depressed is when you withdraw from the things you enjoyed doing and withdraw from spending time with family and friends and having no desire to do anything for an extended period of time. Being sad is usually temporary and doesn't affect our daily routine.
Recent Answers
bunnyssong
February 7th, 2018 4:45pm
Being sad is a feeling, which is "fleeting", can be remedied easier, and it's usually easy to see the reason why you are sad. For example, you can be sad because you have been planning to go to the beach with friends, but on the day itself, it rained so hard that you had to cancel it. Being depressed has to do with your mood, which is long-lasting and more general. You can say that feelings are like the weather while your mood is more like the season. If it's summer, it is generally hot. However, there is still the possibility of rain. Going back to the example about going to the beach: it would take so much effort to even start planning. You feel like you don't have the energy to think about where to go. You feel like you are being a burden just by asking friends to go out with you. And when it rains on the day itself after months of struggling to make the plan, it just rains and everything is ruined. You feel like you the world is telling you that you don't deserve to be happy, and so it decided to cast rain right on the day you were finally able to plan to go out of your room.
peacelovemusic03
December 22nd, 2017 5:11am
Sadness is a temporary emotion and is experienced by practically everyone at at least one time in their life. Depression is sadness that is constant (typically 6 months or more), severe and unrelenting and can sometimes have no noticeable cause. There may also be weight/appetite changes, over/under sleeping, thoughts of hurting oneself, lack of interest in hobbies and inability to concentrate. If your feelings match the second definition, consider asking for support and/or professional help.
Anonymous
December 9th, 2017 6:46pm
I need help.
Anonymous
November 9th, 2017 10:34am
I don't know if I'm depressed because I'll feel extremely low for a certain amount of days or weeks but then I'll have like 2 happy days or something then I feel like everything's getting better but then I go back to the way I normally feel (low) or a few more days or weeks. So I'll have really bad days but also really good days but generally I've been feeling low for over 2 years now
Anonymous
September 11th, 2017 1:37pm
If you feel withdrawn from close friends and family and if you do not enjoy your favorite activities you may be depressed. Also a lack of I retest in eating or caring for yourself may also be a sign of depression.
Anonymous
April 16th, 2017 11:42am
for me depression is feeling lonely even though there are people to give you suggestion but you end up doing what you want, and then regret. feeling suicidal wishing no more mornings feeling like crying to the topmost.
Anonymous
April 4th, 2017 6:05pm
You can't really know if you are not diagnosed. I recommend the youtube video "Sadness vs depression" by The Mighty. Depression is like a sustainable weight while sadness is a temporary feeling that is more easily fixed by fun. Do some research and if you are worried, go reach out for professional help!
Anonymous
February 28th, 2017 5:51pm
when im feeling really down and lost hope of everything couldnt bother about anything, when you just feel really numb and emotionless, or when you cry at night
BrownDog
February 1st, 2017 8:24am
Depresion afects every aspect of your life. You are not sad or worried about something in specific but about all at the same time. You don't like yourself, your feelings, your life choices. You might think that nobody valuates you or even that they would be happier without you. It is a mental disease that needs to be treated with suport of others as it isolates you from other people.
SilvariAetherheart
October 17th, 2016 3:45am
Sadness is controllable. you will feel sad for a small while and you will return to normal. Depression on the other hand drags you so far down that its very heard to get out of unless you surroud yourself with people who care about you, and if need be, get the medication you need
Anonymous
September 20th, 2016 11:49pm
The best way is to keep a log of your thoughts and emotions throughout the day and then consult a physician and discuss what you have written down with them.
MidnightSky7
August 26th, 2016 10:55pm
Sadness doesn't usually last for more than 2 weeks. But someone can be depressed for months, or years. Depression usually consists of more than just sadness. There's also the feeling of lost, numb, etc.
AuntieGinger
August 26th, 2016 2:03am
Technically, depression has a specific set of criteria outlined by the DSM. Sadness can be a component of depression, but it is not a requirement. Some people feel irritated or agitated or angry. Some people feel nothing at all. If you are concerned about how you feel, seek the help of a health professional.
Anonymous
July 16th, 2016 5:25pm
Inside sadness, pain and lonlyness mixed with sense of shame and fear, lack of energy and ideas. It's like some kind of living monster growing inside of the body breathing my oxigen. The biggest problem I ever faced in my entire life. But asking for real professional help made me feel again and I was born again.
MilaMaric1
July 5th, 2016 12:05am
Sad is when you can actually feel sadness. Depression takes it deeper you sleep longer, start to feel less, start to care about nothing. It catches you so hard you don't realize.
Anonymous
June 10th, 2016 2:16am
Tell someone how you feel, tell someone who can help. Maybe go to therapy to make you feel better so you won't be neither sad nor depressed and be happyyy
friend101
June 8th, 2016 10:04pm
Person may feel sad at times when things don't work out as expected but that should finish with time but if this sadness continues it becomes depression which is not normal.
rycricket
June 5th, 2016 4:47am
Sadness is a temporary feeling, depression is longer term (not forever). I have to often separate the two for myself. Just stop and think to yourself "Okay self, how long have I been sad for? Is this an ongoing feeling?"
Paulina2043
June 5th, 2016 4:35am
If you feel unmotivated or can't get out of bed. There is a distinction between sadness and depression. Life seems hopeless and you can't find a way out. That is when you know you must reach out to someone.
thegingerone
June 5th, 2016 3:53am
It can be hard to know the difference for sure! The main differences between the two, for me, is 1) how severe the sadness is and 2) how constant it is. If you feel sad after you get a bad grade, or have an argument and emotion hangs round, that ok, we can talk to you about that. However, if you wake up feeling anxious or really down for no apparent reason, if its very hard to lift your mood or if you have thoughts of hurting yourself, this is a clear indication of depression. We here at 7 cups are still here to help and support you always, we will talk to you about possible steps to get you feeling the way you deserve! Either way, feeling said isn't fun, so take a look at the listeners and give one a message, we are here to help!
RebeccaCupCake
April 21st, 2016 5:30pm
Being sad is usually only once, it can be sad over something, for a few minutes, hours, days. Being depressed is when you are upset a lot, even with no reason and you get tired of trying to make yourself happy. You lose hope a lot and can't be bothered doing fun activities you enjoyed in the past. There is a big difference between being sad and depressed
incarnadinepetals
April 1st, 2016 11:48pm
No one on the internet can really give you a real diagnosis, so you should definitely go to the psychologist if you have a serious concern.
Anonymous
March 31st, 2016 7:49pm
Nothing feels important, you feel useless, life feels empty. It's like the emotional equivalent of watching paint dry
rflvncntrys
March 23rd, 2016 1:05am
Know what you are capable of and know what really saddens you and find out what is your attitude at all when problems come into your life.
Anonymous
March 20th, 2016 3:23pm
If you're sad or depressed, you will find the signs in your routine behavior itself, e.g., having a low self-esteem, worrying a lot, analyzing situations on an 'either or nothing' basis, withdrawal from activities which once looked enjoyable, getting irritated on the slightest pretexts accompanied by, in some cases, appetite loss or binge eating.
Anonymous
March 19th, 2016 8:11pm
When im sad or depressed i lose interest in things i once enjoyed. I normally stay in and not reach out
peacefulwaves24
March 18th, 2016 5:04pm
Feelings of sadness and depression are both normal human emotions. When your feelings of sadness or depression become clinical is when these feelings persist for 2 weeks or more and interfere with your daily life functioning
starryFlamingo27
March 17th, 2016 3:23am
When I start shutting everyone else out and all you can think about is how nobody loves you or that they never care
Niv998
March 16th, 2016 10:47pm
You could go to your doctor and talk to he/she about it and get a second opinion or see what they think :)
Anonymous
March 13th, 2016 11:32pm
You will know it because you will stay sad for a long period of time or longer and nothing would cheer you up and nothing interests you.