If you are currently in college, there is already a good chance that you are suffering from post-teenage angst. You are worried about fitting in with your classmates. You are worried about social interactions, or lack thereof. You are worried about your grades. You are worried about job opportunities after you graduate. Let’s face it – You’re a mess of anxieties and fears. Who wouldn’t be depressed? If you have been feeling sad, hopeless, or irritable for at least two weeks, you might be depressed. You’re not alone. Depression in college students is the most common health problem. It can be treated, and most colleges offer free or low-cost mental health services to students. This article looks at the signs of depression, common causes, how to get help, tips, and resources for dealing with depression, and why depression is common amongst graduate students?

Telling a depressed person to be happy is like telling a cancer patient to cure themselves.

What is Depression?


Depression in College Students Statistics

Anxiety and Depression in College Students

Serious Disorders

Why is Depression Common Amongst Graduate Students?

10 Tips from My Book Depression Sucks!

Getting Help

Who You Gonna Call?



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