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'Should I let on that I’m unhappy?’


As one who has yo-yo'd in and out of depressive episodes most of their life and a former mental health nurse, I would concur with what has already been said: you need to do something about it. Now whether that something is some class of talking therapy or something pharmacological can only be decided following discussion with someone who knows something about it - GP, occupational health, university counselling service and the like. I thought that my experiences of depression helped me do my job better, as I had some idea what people were talikng about and experiencing.

Posted date

30 January, 2015

Posted time

4:31 pm