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(Entry was posted by Edwin Jonk on this post in the Dumb SEO Questions community on Facebook, Thursday, August 14, 2014).

There is a way through, and it starts with being honest with yourself that you are not "ok". You`re not alone!

You`re not alone! Thank you Jenny Halasz

 
 
Some of you know, but most don`t. I have suffered from extreme clinical depression. I have engaged in suicidal thoughts and actions. My first episode was at the age of 12. Then 15, 19, and 24. After the birth of my second child (at 33), I succumbed to postpartum depression. It was the most terrifying because although I was begging people for help, it seemed that no one listened; that they dismissed it as "baby blues". In the years since, I have worked very hard with multiple psychiatrists at CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) which, along with medications that I take daily, keeps me healthy. I`m sharing this in the hope that someone who is suffering will know that they are not alone. There is a way through, and it starts with being honest with yourself that you are not "ok". Don`t just tell someone, tell everyone. Especially your doctor. Most of your friends and family are not equipped to handle this. Keep looking until you find someone who is.?
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  • Edwin Jonk: You're not alone! Thank you + ;
  • Jenny Halasz: Some of you know, but most don't. I have suffered from extreme clinical depression. I have engaged in suicidal thoughts and actions. My first episode was at the age of 12. Then 15, 19, and 24. After the birth of my second child (at 33), I succumbed to postpartum depression. It was the most terrifying because although I was begging people for help, it seemed that no one listened; that they dismissed it as "baby blues". In the years since, I have worked very hard with multiple psychiatrists at CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) which, along with medications that I take daily, keeps me healthy. I'm sharing this in the hope that someone who is suffering will know that they are not alone. There is a way through, and it starts with being honest with yourself that you are not "ok". Don't just tell someone, tell everyone. Especially your doctor. Most of your friends and family are not equipped to handle this. Keep looking until you find someone who is.

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