A Psychiatrist Explains When It’s Time To See A Mental Health Professional

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There are hard-line symptoms

Thoughts of ending one’s life is a serious sign it’s time to speak to someone, and it should not be ignored. Even if one isn’t thinking in a detailed manner about how they’d end their life, thinking something like, “It would be nice if I didn’t wake up tomorrow,” is a sign it’s time to speak to someone, Dr. Seide said. The desire to no longer be alive, even if the planning of a suicide isn’t present, is still a major concern.

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