Mental Health

9 Habits of People With Concealed Depression [Video]

9 Habits of People With Concealed Depression

Living with concealed depression can be a very isolating experience. It is not uncommon for some individuals to keep their internal battles bottled up. This decision could stem from the worry of burdening others, conservative social attitudes that consider discussing mental illness taboo, and more. To reduce this stigma, we’ll be addressing some of the common habits of those living with concealed depression.

Wondered if you might have concealed depression? We made a video on the signs of concealed depression:

Note: No two people experience depression the same way. It is therefore crucial that we take the initiative to be mindful, informed, and attentive towards those that reach out for help.

Disclaimer: This video is not intended for self-diagnosis. It is advisable to get help from a licensed professional if you suspect you may have depression.

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