Have you ever heard of smiling depression? Depression isn't always about looking sad or crying a lot. Sometimes, people are hiding a lot of pain behind a beautiful smile. Not everybody who is experiencing depression or a depressive episode will show how they are truly feeling. As a result, this type of depression often goes undetected. To help you understand more about smiling depression, here are some of the signs!
Disclaimer: It is important to note that this video is purely for educational and interest purposes and is not to be used to self-diagnose depression. If you or somebody you know suspects that they may be suffering from depression, get in touch with your doctor or mental health service to discuss your symptoms further.
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