Who can I talk to about depression?
Last Updated: 02/20/2018 at 2:29am
Hisham Tawfik, M.S.W.
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You could talk to a councellor or your doctor to help you. Also don't be afraid to talk with your close friends or family members. Don't be scared of judgement! They will understand.
The one who can provide the best help are family and friends. Of course coworkers and commanders can
A school teacher, Hotlines, Text crisis, Parents, Family, Basically any adult that you feel safe with!
you could approach any psychologist/counsellor to seek the right kind of direction to take towards healing. if you know close friends who suffer from it and got over it, you could talk to them as well.
It really depends on how close you are to your family and friends. Parents, school counselors, trusted adults, older siblings, or a therapist are good options!
I honestly think that you can only talk to someone who understands what you're going through. But as well your parents or friends to get advice on how to deal with this.
anybody on 7 cups! a therapist, your parents, psychological workers, and many more. you just need to be open
You could always talk to your parents, teachers, people you trust, or a therapist. As long as they are a trusted adult.
You can always talk to a trustworthy and close friend, to a family menber, to a professional or you can always seek help here at 7 cups!
There are many listeners right here on 7cups. Just search for the topic you want to talk about with a listener and people comfortable talking about that subject will appear.
Family, friends, school councilors, anyone who you can trust and feel safe around.
you can talk to a close friend or a listener, to your mentor or to your loved ones. even u can talk to your parents who will be in position to help you out.
You can talk to anyone here on 7 cups or you could try talking to a friend or a school counselor. There are also other options.
If you want to know more about depression, you can talk to a school psychologist or counselor, your doctor, your parents, or research online.
You can talk to someone you trust, your school counselor, a therapist, or even someone on 7 Cups. There are many people out there who will help you.
There is a lot of people that you can talk to about you depression the listners on here will be willing to hear you out, but seeking medical advice is another good option and you can be put i in to a healthy mind course run by psychotherapists
You can talk to us listeners here at 7 cups, you can talk to your parent(s) or you can get professional help (:
Us, of course :) but if it's really bad, a loved or trusted one can do wonders. If it's REALLY serious 1-800-SUICIDE
Talk to the closest person you know. If you don't have anyone, you can always come here and talk to us listeners.
You can talk to the members of 7 cups of tea or you can also talk to anyone that you feel safe and comfortable with.
someone who is close to you who understands you better might be your friend or your teacher may be your siblings
You could try to talk to a good friend that you trust or a teacher. I always talk to my cousin when I feel down or anger so don't think that you cant talk to your family they will always look out for you. Also counselors and the members of 7 cups are great people to talk to.
.......someone who's experienced depression personally, coped with it successfully can listen and reflect your feelings.
You can talk to listeners here on 7cup, or join the Depression group chat, we will try out best to help! Also you can speak with people you trust in real life, like your parents, teachers, or your friends, there is always someone who is willing to listen.
Me A therapist A friend A parent A sibling Anyone in the Depression Community Room We understand you.
You can talk to anyone you feel comfortable with about depression whether it be a friend family member counselor or a stranger on a site like this
there are a lot of resources online that can help you understand depression better, like its symptoms, treatments and how it affects the chemicals in the brain. you can also talk to the listeners on here to get a better grip on it. But if the symptoms affect your daily life i suggest meeting with a therapist. wish you all the best!
You can talk to so many people about depression. Think if you had a broken arm...who would you talk to about your broken arm? Who would you tell what happened to your arm? Depression is the same. Talk to friends, your teacher, your principal, your pastor, your brother, your dog, your parents, your sports coach, your sister. Anyone! You can even reach out to 7Cups and we can talk about what is going on. If you feel in immediate crisis you can also call the suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255
Of course, some listener on 7 Cups. It's also good to say it some professional or a good friend. Talk about it with someone you trust in and be honest and not ashamed.
You can talk to one of us Listeners, or you can talk to a trusted friend or adult! You should bring it up with an adult if you feel you can trust them so you can get help you need in case it gets bad, but it's always good to also have a friend to talk to.
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