Sounds like my house. I am a senior in college. As much as I look forward to graduating, i fear life after it. Most schools offer university counseling services at very low fees. Try finding out if your school has something like this that includes one on one therapy sessions or group therapy

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unfortunately your situation relates to a very large group of people.<br />
talking therapies ie getting your concerns/thoughts off your chest is good.talk on this site and we will not judge you,we will listen and offer some advice<br />
mike

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I went to the Mental Health in my town.<br />
And they help me.<br />
Then found me some medicine.<br />
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And i have learn myself getting to that. depression.<br />
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To try to read a book.<br />
Go for a walk.<br />
Watch a fun movie that make you laught.<br />
Write why you are depressed.<br />
Find someone on here that is depressed and talk to them and<br />
see how they deal with like you are doing.<br />
Talk to close freind and why you are depressed.<br />
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Some time are family don't understand and mine had a hard time.<br />
And to learn they were depressed to.<br />
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Then good luck.

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Aw, I'm really sorry to hear that. I went through depression too. I'm also a junior in college but not living at home. It got better after counseling.<br />
Let me know if you need to talk to someone. I've been there...

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I take a lot of showers... sometimes I cry, sometimes I just mess around.... lol.

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i have gone thru depression all my life, i have never been better since getting help,and your family need to get educated about depression. its an illness just like all illness, its to bad there is still a sigma surrounding it

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i absolutely agree
mike

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In Australia, you would go see your GP, and they may refer you to see a psychologist, which is covered by our health system. What goes on between you and your doctors is confidential.<br />
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But there are other things you can do to try to help yourself too.<br />
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- Moderate exercise every day can help.<br />
- Making sure you take the time to get sun exposure every day.<br />
- Seeing friends, especially ones who make you smile :)<br />
- If not friends, interacting with people will help too.<br />
- And if your diet isn't good, eating better. Chronic B12 deficiency is associated with depression, and getting omega 3 in your diet can help too.

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Contact your GP/Doctor and they can refer you to a specialist if they believe you need a bit of support. Believe me if your family start to realise the effects of your depression they will be asking you to get help anyway. Theres nothing worse than seeing a family member suffer from depression ESPECIALLY since you say yous are close... Hope you get some help I know how it feels, life can become SO MUCH better if you just ask for help.

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