Depression: The Great Isolator!

Posted: 21 October, 2015 in Comment, depression, Life

The most terrible thing depression can do to the user is isolate them from the world around them as the suffer would rather keep away from people and groups of people to reduce the anxiety or stress of dealing with people. So in the end the suffer of depression because of the depression isolate themselves from both the people and world around them.

In the end they end up at home hiding from the world around them only leaving the house when it is absolutely necessary that if they need to buy food, things they need and to pay bills. This makes the person who suffering depression feeling worse because this self enforced isolation with the effects on the depression it makes them feel more lonely and down as they lose even more connection to the world around them.

As always with depression this becomes a viscus circle which can only be broken by person who has the depression something which is potentially difficult and impossible to do. This regardless of the great mental strength of the suffer of the depression but something the suffer has to to for their own sanity.

As always depression is that insidious illness which an trap users in a dark place they would like to escape from but feel powerless to do so.

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