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Whether you are looking to get yourself out of a small rut, you are feeling incredibly hopeless, or your mood is getting in the way of living the life you desire, we are here for you. Throughout life, everyone experiences times of sadness or general dissatisfaction.  These feelings may be a function of a loss, transition, or disappointment. Approximately five percent of all people in the United States are currently suffering from depression. It is estimated that 17 percent of people will experience major depression at some point during their lives. Many people are hesitant to seek help when suffering from depression because they are embarrassed or confused about their condition. If you are one of the millions of people in the United States that is suffering from depression, please contact us so that we can help. What is depression? Depression is a prolonged feeling that can manifest as sadness, hopelessness and a loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities. It often causes the sufferer to withdraw from family and friends, and depression can even lead to suicidal thoughts or actions. A major depressive episode is defined as depression that lasts more than two weeks. Why am I suffering from [...]