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6 Ways to be an ally to someone suffering from depression

Article Contributed by Tim W. for Mental Health Easy

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From the article:

"Depression doesn’t occur in a vacuum. There are signs, tells, disclosures, and indicators that something is not right. It is your job as a loved one, a friend, a colleague, a person to offer support, encouragement, and resources to those affected with this deadly disease. Be an ally and let them know they’re not alone.
Here are six ways to be an ally to someone suffering from depression:"

Written by Tim a freelance journalist who has extensive education in the areas
of Criminology, Psychology, and Sociology. He is a mental health
advocate and researcher who hopes to make a difference in people’s
lives. Tim can be reached at tim@writingthatmoves.com, or you can visit
writingthatmoves.com.