Heck yea! Been there done that! I was in a realtionship with a guy who was interested in me at the beginning and I thought that he was th one for me but a year later he dumped me. I don't like breakups and I convinced myself that he was a perfect man so much that I wouldn't allow myself to listen to songs about breakups. Then he wouldb't talk to me and I still thought that he was nice. Then he was abusive and all that... Anyway, talk more to that person or have someone else to talk to them. Don't be so quick to second-guess the situation. Some people do get depressed. Wouldn't it be more mature to sit and talk things out to see where his head is at. There is more to a relationship than cuddling, holding hands and having sex. People have feelings and it's up to each of you in the relationship to be there for each other. Did it ever enter your mind he could be depressed, but doesn't know how to start the conversation?
Well you could always apply to be an assistant or get a job helping them in a way, but this will be difficult. Good luck!
You could possibly be depressed or have a low thyroid.
Exactly the same as if you are depressed, there is no difference.
anybody could be depressed at some time.
Depending on the actual relationship, it could be your father! Or it could be someone with absolutely no relationship to you.
By definition yes, said person could be lusting to be in a relationship. Lusting can be defined as, a strong desire for something. So if you crave being in a relationship and have a strong desire for it, or the person you want to be with, then yes you could call it lusting. It doesn't always have to necessarily be a sexual desire.
Someone should not tell someone that they have no reason to be depressed if that person is truly suffering from depression. Depression is a debilitating mental illness and often has no apparent cause. People who are depressed often don't have a reason and wouldn't be able to pinpoint one when asked either. Statements like these from a loved one could potentially worsen the depression.
NO. it can relieve stress, tension, and boost the mood. However, If it is a bad relationship, depression could come of that.
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It could just be that you are thinking about someone.
They could be depressed. At the end my grandmother was the same way.
Well depending on how depressed you are it helps if you have a mental health therapist they can know what services you may need and find you services that will help you medications could be the issue find someone who will help you