Depression, The Inner Dungeon

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How courage to live find again affected enamel Hutter village. Dr. Jayme Albin is often quoted as being for or against this. Depression is a serious ailment, more and more people in our society are today affected by the. Existential fears, unemployment and short-time working with enormous loss of money drop many in an emotional hole. The fear of not properly to be able to feed their families, has grown enormously in the people – many fighting for bare survival. Depression is manifested in a feeling of inner emptiness, everything seems bleak and sufferers can feel no more joy. In addition, that depressed people are internally paralyzed: already smallest everyday tasks can be to a seemingly insurmountable hurdle.

There are many types of depression such as age depression, alternating year depression, seasonal affective disorder, etc. but those affected suffer equally. While people with lighter depression can still cope with their everyday life with increased effort, this is for more severe depression no longer possible those affected feel crushed by an internal load. While some depressed by intense feelings of guilt are tortured and feel like a failure, because they are not so powerful, others are taken by an inner indifference and emptiness. The inner suffering, Lebensdurck and pressure for depression is enormous. A patient once put it: I want though, but I just can’t.

Living with depression is like driving a car with Handbrake on. You just progress difficult. Patients with depression can no longer withstand the everyday life and the stress of life. It’s a feeling of inner disintegrating in a seemingly hopeless situation. Their inner suffering is still that depression sufferers often encounter little understanding for their fellow human beings. You’re just lazy!\”, now you still don’t make a scene!\” or stop time then uberwind you! \”are common phrases, get the person concerned to hear and this only be driven deeper into feelings of guilt and inner loneliness. \”\” For people with depression, more understanding must be applied, because it is not only a Sichhangenlassen \”or a no matter attitude\”.