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Coping Skills: Depression Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a Coping Skills: Depression Worksheet. It will help you to deal effectively with depression.
What is Coping Skills: Depression Worksheet?
Depression is not about just feeling sad and low; it is beyond that. Depression is a mood disorder that involves a lack of interest, sleep, hopelessness, and constant irritability. Clinically you can’t give a diagnosis of depression until the above-mentioned symptoms persist for two weeks. Coping skills are alternative behavior, thoughts, and actions to deal with the triggers.
How Coping Skills: Depression Worksheet Will help?
Depression affects different people in different ways. It can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. After this worksheet, you will be able to deal with depressive symptoms and develop coping skills. Depression doesn’t show up in one day; it builds up with time. You are supposed to recognize the signs and symptoms of depression.
Instructions on how to use Coping Skills: Depression Worksheet
This worksheet will help you to deal with depressive symptoms and develop effective coping skills. The symptoms may vary in intensity and severity wise.
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