Symptoms of Depression

  • Feeling sad, empty or numb.
  • Feeling hopeless, helpless, and or/ worthless.
  • Loss of interest, motivation or pleasures.
  • Irritability or crankiness; constantly critical or complaining.
  • Changes in appetite; unusual weight gain or loss.
  • Changes in sleep patterns (trouble falling asleep, sleeping all the time).
  • Fatigue, loss of energy.
  • Physical slowing of speech, movements or thinking.
  • Low self esteem and self confidence.
  • Poor concentration or indecisiveness.
  • Thoughts of death or suicide.
  • Increased behavioral problems (trouble at school, work, etc.)
  • Thoughts of suicide, suicide plans, or attempts.
  • Persistent physical problems (i.e.: neck/back pain, headaches, stomach aches, joint pain).

If you or someone you know are concerned about any of these symptoms, help is available and is the key to suicide prevention.

"With Hope is a nonprofit organization dedicated to suicide prevention through improving mental health support services and education in our schools and throughout our community."
Disclaimer: The diagnosis and treatment of depression and other psychiatric disorders requires a trained medical professional. Information contained in this website reflects the opinions of With Hope Foundation, and is intended for educational purposes only. It should NOT be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment of any mental/psychiatric disorders. Please consult a medical professional if the information here leads you to believe you or someone you know may be depressed.