Words to Be Avoided for Someone with Depression

Graciela Jimenez, Psychotherapist with Care & Counseling, and Amy Exum, Psychotherapist with Care & Counseling at Baptist Health South Florida, say it is necessary to try to put ourselves in the other person's shoes to understand his depression.

They recommend not using phrases like "everything is going to be OK" or "It is not a big deal" because it increases the patient's anger and sadness.

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