Depression is a brain-driven, biochemical condition that affects key neurotransmitters involved in motivation, pleasure, mood and cognition. If you suffer from depression, your brain is heavily involved in your depressive symptoms. This means that you cannot blame yourself for your inability to feel pleasure, think straight or self-motivate. Feelings of guilt, shame, hopelessness, uselessness, self-criticism, self-condemnation and self-mutilation are typical in major depressive episodes, but this must be put in context that can stimulate recovery and not truncate it. In this short video, I share a few things you must know to initiate your recovery journey.
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