An article published this week by The Atlantic reveals a shocking new reality for many of the 1.4 million Americans who suffer from depression: they’re not alone.
Depression is one of the most misunderstood psychiatric disorders, and even among those who do suffer from the disease, it can cause lasting psychological damage and harm.
With so many people in our country struggling with mental health, this article will provide some tips on how to cope and recover.
This article is part of a series of articles about mental health in America.
If you are struggling with depression, here are other articles we are publishing: The Anxiety and Depression Alliance, A Better Way, and the Rise of the Depression Coalition How to Stop the Mental Health Crisis What We Know About Depression and Why It Matters It’s Time to Talk About Depression.
It’s OK to Be Lonely.
The Rise of Mental Illness: A Survey of Depression in America “It’s like you can’t tell if you have depression.
It’s a mystery.”
This article originally appeared on The Atlantic.
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