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I Have No One To Talk To

I have no one to talk to and no one to trust.

It's a common sentiment among those battling depression. You feel the weight of the world on your shoulders and you feel isolated, like there's no one who can help.

Everyone is telling you to talk to someone, to get some help but you feel as if there isn't anyone in your life to fill that role. Maybe you don't have a true "best" friend that you feel comfortable talking about serious issues with.

Maybe there's a strain in your family relationship that causes you to hesitate sharing your problems.

Sometimes this isolation is the cause of the depression. You're in a constant state of sadness because you feel alone. Or the feeling of isolation is a result of the depression.

Wanting to be alone is a common symptom of depression. You're not the first person to feel this way, and if you are dealing with serious depression feeling isolated is a common emotional response on your part.

So what can you do? Whether you are truly isolated, or just "feel" isolated because of depression who can you talk to?

Join An Online Community

The use and acceptance of the internet as a form of communication has created an environment of collective emotions at the touch of a keyboard. No matter what your personal issues are, regardless of how odd they seem to you, I will guarantee there is a forum on the internet discussing your exact problem.

The best aspect of discussing your problem online in a community isn't just finding people with similar problems it's that you can do so in anonymity.

If you don't want to use your real name or real identity you don't have to. The goal of online communities is to connect people with similar issues, not to personally identify you.

No one's going to ask your real name. No one's going to ask you where you live. It's about your problem and getting you some help.

It may not solve all your problems, but it opens the door to further communication. And that's the key.

Stepping out of your box, out of your isolation is really, really hard. Unless you've personally battled depression you don't fully comprehend how much you struggle with your emotions.

So if you don't have a person you can turn to, give an online community a try. It's not easy, but it can be very helpful.

Call A Depression Hotline

Some people don't feel comfortable interacting with a computer and need the comfort of a human voice. There are multiple hotlines to help you with your depression.

The people on the other end of the phone are there because they've struggled with similar issues to those who are calling. They aren't there to judge you.

They want you to understand you aren't alone, and there are people who have walked your path and know exactly how hard life feels.

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