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Tim Young, symptoms of severe depression, Worcester, Worcestershire

Tim Young

MSc., P/G Dip.Psych.,P/G Dip.
Con.Sup,Dip.CBT, Dip.Couns.,Cert.Ed.

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What are the symptoms of severe depression?

Severe depression is a very real illness and the symptoms of severe depression can be debilitating. It is a very common illness and one that, even today, can be mistreated or even discounted altogether.

An individual experiencing the symptoms of severe depression will withdraw into themselves. They will be unable to socialise effectively with family and friends and work will suffer through lack of motivation and productivity.

Their view of life will become darker and, in extreme cases, they may consider or even attempt suicide.

There is a wide spectrum of severe depression and mild forms can be found in many individuals. However it does not manifest itself fully so is easily controlled.

Severe depression can have a tremendous effects on the individual, their family, friends and employment prospects and the symptoms should usually be treated by a therapist.

Prolonged bouts of severe depression has serious effects on the financial situation and health of the individual. In fact, any activity outside of keeping body and soul together become impossible.

It is critical that the symptoms of severe depression be spotted early and suitable treatment sought.

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Worcester a city located on the River Severn and is in the county of Worcestershire. It has a famous history of porcelain through, the now closed down, Royal Worcester Porelain Works and the tangy sauce known as Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce. Worcester is home to Worcestershire County Cricket Club, Worcester City Football Club and Worcester Wolves basketball team.

It has rail links via two popular Worcester stations, Shrub Hill and Foregate Street and easy links to the motorway using junctions 6 and 7 of the M5.

Worcestershire is located close to the Welsh border and the West Midlands. It sits between Herefordshire in the West and Warwickshire in the East. Close to the popular town of Birmingham, it has easy links with most major towns in the midlands, south west and north.

Worcestershire is the birth county of Sir Edward Elgar whose compositions include Pomp and Circumstance.

The range of hills called the Malverns sits to the West of the county of Worcestershire and, allegdedly protects the county from the harsh west winds.

 

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