BBC Three: Things not to say to someone with depression
Many people 'get it', but some just don't.
People with depression encounter all kinds of questions and assumptions about their condition.
Here, eight people discuss some of the more common things they hear about their mental health – from being told to ‘cheer up!’, to dealing with suggestions that yoga is the ‘cure’.
Check out more clips like this, on BBC Three's "What not to say" series!
If feelings like this are affecting you, remember you can always speak to your Wellbeing Peer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (please reference your hall in the subject line).
Please be reassured that everything you discuss will be dealt with confidentially and sensitively.
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