Depression in relationships

This is a wonderful analogy that describes symptoms of depression and how it can affect your life and relationships.  It illustrates that depression is common and manageable by taking some proactive steps and getting the right help.  Cognitive therapy has been proven as an effective way to manage depression.  When you add cognitive aspects into relationship work you can manage depression and include your partner in the healing process.  Many therapists treat depression individually.  If your partner is willing they can be taught how to participate in your recovery.  Either way, you don’t have to carry the “black dog” alone.

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