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Friday, December 11, 2009

comments NOT useful for someone with depression

The best thing to do is to listen and not to give advice. Ask about the problem. But don't give solutions. The depressed person's psychiatrist knows better, and the depressed person has likely already read all that he or she can on the sickness.

It is a sickness not a behaviour problem.