Clinical Depression

Clinical Depression

Mike Samar, LMSW, BCD

Clinical Depression is a mental illness that affects millions of people around the world. Oftentimes, it goes unnoticed without people paying too much heed to it. Statistics show that 16.2 million adults in the U.S had at least one depressive episode in 2016. This is around 6.7% of the entire population. It is highly common in people between the ages of 18 to 25.

The one thing that people need to understand is that depression needs to be treated like any physical disease. Even treatment is not exactly straightforward as this mental disorder affects different people differently.

There’s a certain stigma around it, which is the main reason that people hesitate to ask for help. People who suffer from depression don’t recognize it as a mental health issue that they’re facing.

In fact, they just tell themselves to “buck up” and stop feeling the way they’re feeling.


  • Preface
  • What Is Clinical Depression
  • Differentiating Between a Depressive Episode and Depression
  • Differentiating Between Bipolar Depression and Depression
  • When to Be Evaluated by an MD or Therapist
  • Types of Depression
  • Signs and Symptoms of Major Depression
  • Why Do People Have Depression?
  • Coping Skills for Depression
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Asking for Help

On the other hand, others are just going through a bad phase in life and call it depression. This is majorly due to the lack of awareness about depression.

Most people don’t really know what clinical depression is, what types of depression are, what the signs are that can tell them that they might be suffering from depression and how their depression can be treated.

If you’re afraid about how you feel and are hesitant to talk about it, you should know that your feelings are normal. Most people going through depression find it hard to open up to someone and talk to them about their feelings. But what you need to realize is that it is important to get help and get yourself treated. It is okay to see a therapist. They will only help you in the process of self-healing.

This book aims to shed light on what exactly clinical depression is. It will talk about the several types of depression and will also talk about how you can get help if you are dealing with depression.

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