Depression: What are the Symptoms?

The symptoms of depression are listed below. Take your time, look at the statements and select your answers honestly. What does it tell you about yourself? Hopefully, good or bad, it will tell you the truth:

Choose either (a) always, (b) sometimes or (c) never for each question and record your answers.

What are the Symptoms of Depression?

Progress:

I feel sad and unhappy.

I have trouble concentrating; sometimes, I can't complete simple tasks.

Very few things hold my interest.  Most activities are more trouble than they're worth.

I have trouble making decisions.

I have sleep problems, trouble falling asleep or waking up too early.

I feel restless and irritable. Nothing seems to please me.

I feel tired and drained.

My appetite has changed. I am either over-eating or under-eating.

I feel like crying much of the time.

I feel little hope about the future.

I feel discouraged. I feel like ending my life.

I have little interest in sex.

Other people are more successful than me. I feel like a failure most of the time.

I feel guilty about many things.

There is little that I enjoy.

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