A very interesting article in The Guardian; we recommend a read. Can you relate to this article?
Here is a small section:
The manual was sent out to doctors across the US and they began to use it to diagnose people. However, after a while they came back to the authors and pointed out something that was bothering them. If they followed this guide, they had to diagnose every grieving person who came to them as depressed and start giving them medical treatment. If you lose someone, it turns out that these symptoms will come to you automatically. So, the doctors wanted to know, are we supposed to start drugging all the bereaved people in America?
Please have a read and we would love to have your feedback. Do you feel that medication is a resolve for depression, or do you feel talking therapies could help someone move forward?