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Martha Nyaboke
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Depression is Real: How can we be more sensitive about cries for help and reach out before it is too late?

1. Stop ignoring that ex-best friend who suddenly went broke after loss of job or business. Reach out! 2. That single mother playing independent is not as fine as she may seem. Her child sleeps hungry. Her bills are killing her. She is in debts. No, she won’t tell you lest you ask he …Read more

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  1. Someone with depression will have both good and bad days. They might show less interest in the things they used to enjoy, and might not always feel like going out – but if they do feel up to hanging out with you, then try and spend time with them by doing things you both used to enjoy.

    Someone with depression will have both good and bad days. They might show less interest in the things they used to enjoy, and might not always feel like going out – but if they do feel up to hanging out with you, then try and spend time with them by doing things you both used to enjoy.

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  2. UNDERSTANDING It is not always easy when dealing with the negativity, hostility, and moodiness that go hand in hand with depression, but understand that they don’t necessarily mean what they are saying/doing in their current state of mind. Therefore, it’s important you don’t take it personally or blRead more

    UNDERSTANDING
    It is not always easy when dealing with the negativity, hostility, and moodiness that go hand in hand with depression, but understand that they don’t necessarily mean what they are saying/doing in their current state of mind.

    Therefore, it’s important you don’t take it personally or blame them; try reassuring them instead. If they are displaying unusual, impulsive behaviours, try not to judge them but do try your best to ensure their safety

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  3. By making it a habit to check on the people we care about more often.

    By making it a habit to check on the people we care about more often.

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