That I understand, if its a medical issue, fine, people have issues, but to a point? he smokes weed like cigarettes, he drinks all the time and has anger problems..now I knew this from the beginning, but he has a good personality, but maybe I'm just settling..?I really want to help him but I don’t know what to do.I don’t know if his negative thoughts feed his depression or if the depression creates negative thoughts.Our material is not intended as a substitute for direct consultation with a qualified mental health professional.Counselling is accredited by the Health on the Net Foundation.I would recommend that both of you read my article on as well as other articles on depression and related items on this website. Offer to accompany him to a mental health consultation.Keep in mind that when depression returns…it returns the same way each time. It’s very important that he begin a treatment program as soon as possible.
deal with his mood swings and constant sleeping, how could I help?
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I met my partner just over a year ago; he had just stopped taking Seroxat which he had taken for five years.
He said that he stopped taking it as he still felt depressed whilst on it and it had even led him to self harm which he had never done prior to taking the medication.