Asking for Help to Fight Depression

The National Institute of Mental Health reported that 16.2 million adults had at least one major depressive episode.

Martin Lopez, Psychotherapist at Baptist Health Care and Counseling, recommends identifying some signs of depression and asking for help.

"Go and search for help, don't think that you are bad or not strong enough because you're having some signs of depression, that is nonesense", he says.

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