I'm diagnosed with Major Depression w/psychosis. The psychosis being voices. I hate it when I get into a depressed mood and I don't understand why I got into that mood...the depression seems like it hits suddenly. And it feels almost paralyzing sometimes. My depression moods have stopped me many times from doing normal activities that I used to be involved with such as church and a program called Celebrate Recovery, to name a few. It's frustrating. What makes the body feel that surging effect when it dips into a depressed mood?
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