By jessie - 16/12/2020 20:58 - United States - Denver
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sounds like toxic parents. they might be part of why you have depression in the first place.
Long showers can actually be a sign of depression, but so can not showering, and so can normal length showers... turns out showers aren't a great way of diagnosing people.
I concur. A more likely measurement that would indicate depression is activities in free time. If one has a hobby they enjoyed and when given the opportunity to do said hobby and they do something else (like just binge watching tv or spacing out) instead of the hobby, it’s more likely to indicate depression than showers. Looking at a person’s free time is extremely help during diagnosis other than what some people consider a daily routine. It’s almost like asperger’s. There isn’t a test but observing interaction for a period of time is how they make an accurate diagnosis as there are different severities of being afflicted by it. Depression can have differing severities too. It’s all best caught through observation of daily acts.