Do you struggle to just get through each day?
Do you often feel empty, sad or angry?
Are feelings of despair, hopelessness and /or worthlessness interfering with doing what you want to in your life?
If so, you may be like over 350 million people worldwide whose lives are affected by depression.Below, find some symptoms of depression:
- You may find it difficult to function and/or enjoy life.
- Sometimes, just getting through the day can be overwhelming.
- Depression may interfere with your daily activities such as work, study, eating, sleeping and enjoying hobbies.
- Most often depression is accompanied by a lack of energy, feeling unmotivated and tired most of the time.
- Along with feeling empty and stuck you may experience feelings of helplessness and hopelessness and a sense of being unworthy and unlovable.
If the thought of healing your depression seems overwhelming or if you’ve tried many other avenues that have not worked to your satisfaction, it does not mean that there’s something wrong with you or your depression is hopeless.
At Quest, we know that depression does not have to be a life sentence.
Incorporating the latest scientific discoveries and clinical practices, Quest provides serious help for many who feel they have tried everything. There is hope. We can help.
Following a Quest Retreat, our grads tell us things like:
“For the first time in years, I look forward to getting out of bed in the morning. Life is not perfect but I am enjoying my work and I even look forward to weekends now. I have more energy. I have my life back!”
People who have been identified as depressed manifest a number of these symptoms below:
1. Do you frequently feel heavy, sad, and/or hopeless?
2. Do you often feel numb, empty, lacking feelings?
3. Do you lack energy to do the things you want to do?
4. Do you feel tired, helpless or worthless much of the time?
5. Do you have difficulty sleeping or sleep too much?
6. Have you lost interest in things you used to enjoy?
7. Do you often feel restless, irritable, and/ or angry?
8. Do you have difficulty concentrating or making decisions?
9. Do you participate in unsafe behavior such as excessive drinking, drug use, unsafe sex, taking risks in driving or other activities?
10. Do you ever feel that life just isn’t worth living and/or have thoughts of harming yourself or others?
If you answered yes to even a few of the above questions, you may be well served to reach out for support. T
For information about what it is like to attend see Quest Retreat Program.
To learn why the Quest program is so effective see Why Quest Works.
For a schedule of upcoming retreats see Quest Schedule.
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