I remember when I first realized I was depressed and went on my anti-depressants, I instantly thought if anyone ever found out I was depressed, I would be judged by my friends. I was convinced I would lose all my friends if they knew, that they'd think I was too sad to be around. This the unfortunate reality for many who suffer from depression. They feel their moods are too much to handle for other people and they can't possibly have a normal life because they're "damaged. The reality is sometimes we can't control our moods and sometimes we do just need to be sad. Most of all, we just need to know those who love and care about us wont judge us or abandon us.
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Unfortunately, it's not uncommon to meet someone who has anxiety or depression; usually the two co-exist. In relationships, mental illness can make things difficult, especially for those who are unsure of how to react in those types of situations. I'm here to help. Being someone who has suffered from both anxiety and depression for years, I know how hard it can be and how much of a strain it can put on a romantic relationship. Here are a few tips:. This is most important, which is why it's number one. This ties in to the rest of the following tips so pay attention.
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Last Updated: September 17, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Liana Georgoulis, PsyD. She received her Doctor of Psychology from Pepperdine University in Her practice provides cognitive behavioral therapy and other evidence-based therapies for adolescents, adults, and couples. There are 29 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page.