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So sad all the time, help please?

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Dr. Lawrence Smith
Clinical Psychology 31 years experience
Call your doctor: There are medications and other medical treatments for depression. In addition, there are psychotherapeutic interventions that can help. Beyond the professional treatment angle you could get more active with others, count your blessings, exercise, do other healthful behaviors. Calling a professional is a good idea. Take action today and you'll be on the road to feeling better.
Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
Clinical Psychology 46 years experience
Depression: If you are sad all the time there is likely something in your life that is troubling you that is unresolved. Seek a mental health professional who can help you uncover the root of your sadness and help develop better ways of coping. It is likely that you can be helped. Best.
Dr. Caroline Cribari
Psychiatry 24 years experience
SEEK EVALUATION. YOI MAY HAVE THE BRAIN ILLNESS OF DEPRESSION, which actuallu negatively effects ALL systems of the body. Please see a medical doctor for evaluation and possible treatment.
Sep 15, 2013

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