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What's a good way to cure depression in the morning because of a girl?

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Dr. Dov Finman
Adolescent Medicine 10 years experience
Dumps: This is the type of depression that is generally "situational" as apposed to biological (unless you get severely depressed often). You will get happier with time. For now, just be easy on yourself, it's okay to be upset about a relationship. Acceptance is very important.

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A 39-year-old member asked:

What's a good way to cure depression?

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Dr. Jason Berman
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See a professional: I recommend that you consult with a clinical psychologist or psychiatrist for an evaluation and to see the best treatment options for you. They can include counseling and medications but each treatment should be tailored to the individual person's needs.
A 36-year-old member asked:

What is a good way for me to pull myself out of my depression?

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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry 42 years experience
Reach out: Reach out to others, because trying to fight depression on your own is more suffering than you need to bear. You can certainly exercise and make sure you eat healthy meals, if your appetite and energy permit. But support from caring others is needed. Working with psychologist can be very helpful -- and psychiatrists can also prescribe helpful medications if needed. Don't wait!

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Last updated Dec 22, 2014

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