After years of struggling with sadness and experiencing doubtful thoughts Jenna finally decided to seek professional help. She had spent a lot of time talking to her mother about her feelings and while her mother did listen she was not able to properly help her and encourage her to think positively. Jenna found a psychiatrist that was a good fit for her and began her weekly visits. After 3 sessions, it was clear – Jenna was diagnosed with depression. Being a mother of three happy and cheerful girls was very difficult for her when she constantly felt waves of depression rushing over her. There were even points when she experienced suicidal thoughts and was unable to face her children. After being diagnosed her psychiatrist prescribed her with ant-depressant medication to help alleviate the unbearable suicidal thoughts. Through medication and many therapy sessions Jenna felt she could once again lift her head up and laugh with her girls. She continues to take her medication and see her therapist knowing that recovery takes time and patience.
Many men and women just like Jenna suffer from mental illness. Unfortunately, many of these people do not seek professional help and are therefore never diagnosed or properly treated. Through online therapy one can get the proper help they deserve at their own convenience. With the ability to schedule appointments at times that work best on your end, you don’t have to miss work or school and can schedule appointments day or night. You also have the privacy of being treated in your own home without having the public eye watching you as you’re stepping into the therapist’s office. No more babysitter fees as you can have your session as your kids play in the next room. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible and be able to find the help you need without it being a burden.
Eric Silver has been helping a close family member learn to cope with depression for nearly twenty years. Over the years, he’s developed a passion for mental health awareness. Mr. Silver has researched and written extensively within the mental health area, specifically in regard to bi-polar, depression, stress, and anxiety issues.