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Why do so many suffer depression in silence?

“But we will all experience pressure on our mental health at some point during our lives” writes Kevin Braddock for theguardian.com. At a speech given on World Mental Health Day in October 2016, Prince Harry said: “Too often we think mental health problems are things that happen to other people, not us.Looking back, I’m surprised at how fast I unravelled, how the energyless fog of depression condensed into an electric psychosis, how despair became madness.Meanwhile, depression and anxiety, old adversaries which I’d suffered incapacitating episodes with at 21 and 30, had begun ranging back on to my neurological horizons.At torchlightsystem.com you can buy Kevin’s book Torchlight, watch his short film and purchase ‘Practice Cards’ which offer hints for daily living when suffering from depression and anxiety.
 
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