I was apparently born mildly depressed. I’ve always known low energy and a very low amount of enthusiasm. I’m 53 years old and I only beat depression for good two years ago.What a long time for my wife to live with someone depressed! In the beginning, we didn’t know any better. The critical sullenness that became more prevalent over the years was tempered with hope that the next job, or the next move, or even the next TV show would shake me out of it.How I regret that she had to put up with my mood all those years!What about your relationship? Is there hidden depression? Is it out in the open? Now is the time to face it. Let’s not put it off any longer.We’re not talking here about situational depression, that some call a case of having the “blues.” Situational depression comes, but then it goes. Right now we’re talking about the real thing that hangs on and on. The person’s mood is chronically low, self esteem suffers, and there is a pervasive negativity.It may be “Major Depression” which is the big deal, or more likely, it may just be like mine: a chronic inability to take joy… Read full this story
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