You and your long-term partner broke-up weeks ago because your partner developed feelings for someone else. This incident left you heart-broken and literally, you don’t know where and how to start with your life. You’ve been crying yourself to sleep, isolating yourself from your social circle and you’ve been missing your meals. This is just a typical reaction to heartbreak, but if you continue to demonstrate this kind of behavior for more than two months, you might be suffering from depression already. And yes, this can be very unhealthy for you.
Because you’re human, you’ll experience depression once in a while. But just like anything else in this world, too much of anything is terrible, and this includes your depression.
Most of the time, things don’t go according to plan, and when these happen, it’s okay to be sad. However, how will you know if your sadness has gradually developed into depression? You might want to ask yourself do you:
If you answered “yes” to more than one question listed above, you might be experiencing depression. Sure, it’s just something that happens in your mind, but if you leave this untreated, it will affect other aspects of your life such as your physical health and your relationship towards other people. Don’t hesitate to seek professional help right away.
Although you want to change, we understand it’s not as easy as it may sound. You might have tried several times, but your depression just gets the best of you. We recognize this and understand how difficult depression really is. Here at Life Resolutions in Preston, we’re here to help you in your long-term recovery. We’ll work closely with you to understand exactly what you’re going through and determine the reasons why you’re acting this way. This approach will allow us to come up with solutions specially designed for your needs – so you don’t have to worry about it being too generic.
Our team is made up of trained psychologists who’ll make your therapeutic stage comfortable. Regardless of how simple or complicated your case is, our team will be more than willing to help you. We know you don’t have to do it alone. We’re here to support and help you through your depression so you can see that life is worth living for. Call now to book your appointment to a happier future.
Where is Our Depression Service Located?
We are conveniently located Suite 401/398 Sydney Road, Coburg 3058 (entry via Page Street Plaza).
To find out how we can help call today on 1300 668 256