Mental health is as important as your physical health, so join the most difficult video I've made, edited and published.
In this video, I answer some questions I received from a Instagram story post along with some of my own knowledge about the fight against depression and mental health problems. You're not alone!
Share this, share it if it helps you, share it if you think it will help someone else. The only way to overcome mental health and depression is to work together so that it is understood.
Yes, this is a long video, but I really could not shorten it more than this, I hope you stay until the end and leave me a comment.
I have personally dealt with depression and mental health problems for more than 10 years. The first time I really remember was around 14.
I know many other people who fight every day and talk to me about it, because they know I understand.
Depression and mental health is not a simple disease or illness, it is extremely dangerous and can take your life. I've been there, I've started making plans to end my life.
BUT I'M STILL HERE!
If you want to post your depression stories below, for others to see that they are not alone, feel free to do so! You're not alone!
Does depression ever disappear? No, not really. Depression and anxiety are forms of mental illness. You can receive medications, CBT training or other speech therapies, but most are ways of coping and how to handle it.
Does having a mental health problem make you a minor person? NO! you are as human as the rest of the population, in any case, you will find that you are more affectionate and loving than others. You put all your effort into making people smile, you try to help others deal with mental health.
Personally, I believe that photography is positive and negative to help me. Photography helps me to leave the house, it gives me the impulse to do something and I love it. But then we take the image, edit it and publish it on social networks. Where you expect me to receive likes and attention. This can give you instant gratification, but it can also hurt when it doesn't work as well as you expected.
Social networks are harmful to mental health; You just need to learn to handle it.
I hope this video has touched even 1 person and possibly removed them from the edge. I've been there, trust me, it's not a good place to be. Come back from the edge and let's talk. A shared problem is a divided problem.
Just remember, you are NOT alone!
Adam / Wadger Catcher
#youarenotalone #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness
Video credits to Wadger Catcher YouTube channel