Psychiatrist Kavetha Sundaramoorthy believes that if a person is aware that the things they tell themselves while depressed are not true, it is easier for that person to ignore those lies and replace them with a helpful truth. In that spirit, this article is dedicated to debunking several lies that may seem convincing when depressed. The first lie is that depression is a chemical condition that cannot be helped. She believes that this way of thinking it too simplistic when we are in reality very complex individuals. She acknowledges that medication can be integral to healing depression, but it can not solve depression by itself.
Read the full article here: 6 Lies Your Depression Wants You to Believe (And How to Not Fall Into the Trap)