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Trauma and Depression

Every second at one place or the other people are getting tensed, suffering from anxiety, sleeplessness which steers to nothing but depression. It can reach to anyone, at any duration, even the delighted soul in the world can undergo from Trauma and Depression.

when a person suffers from the emotion of grief, loss, or outrage, there might be a possibility that he/she might go into depression.

  • Unstable Mental Health
  • Major Depressive disorder
  • Hopelessness
  • Anxiety

These are some of the primary reasons for depression.

Whereas, Trauma is the response to a deeply distressing event that overwhelms an individual’s ability to cope. It causes feelings of helplessness, diminishes their sense of self and their ability to feel the full range of emotions and experiences.


  1. Depression is ranked the single largest contributor to global disability.
  2. Depression causes suicide and over 800000 people die each year due to suicide.
  3. 1 in 20 Indians suffers from depression.
  4. 36% of Indians are likely to suffer from major depression in India.
  5. Between 75 and 93 percent of youth in the juvenile justice system have experienced some degree of trauma.
  6. Children are more vulnerable to trauma because of their size, age, and dependence.

Suggestions for a depressed person-

1) Take baby steps. Learn how these small things can bring a big change in your life.

2) Prove everyone that you can do much much better without others help.

3) Don’t accept the fact that others know you better than you know yourself

4) Start setting goals

• To be better than you were yesterday
• To prove yourself
• To enrich your life
• To run your own race
• To compete with No one but yourself

Don’t t give up! Life brings various Challenging tasks, but you are the only one who can tackle them on your own!

Suggestions for a traumatised person-

Communicate the experience with family or close friends or in a diary or online journal.

Give yourself time and recognize that you can’t control everything.

Maintain a daily routine with structured activities.

Avoid major life decisions, such as changing careers or moving soon after the event.

Pursue hobbies or other interests, but do not overdo it

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