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Living with depression can be an isolating experience, but remember you don’t have to go through it on your own. There is a multitude of support networks available to you, from friends and family to professional counsellors.

It’s not a sign of weakness to ask for help, but a sign of strength to recognise that you have these feelings and are unable to cope

This article from gives an array of different networks that you can find support from, as well as other practical advice for helping you through the dark days.

A person who you can always talk to is your doctor, although sometimes finding the words can be tricky.

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