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Sometimes those who suffer from clinical depression hide it enough that it doesn’t affect their work, friendships or casual relationships. If you only see friends every so often, you can choose to simply see them on the days when you’re feeling well. As for work, you may not need to chat with people much at your job—so long as you finish your tasks, nobody notices your disposition. And in casual relationships, you can also choose when to see and not to see the person you’re dating. But when you’re seriously involved with somebody, hiding or isolating your depression from your partner is just not an option. Trying to do so can even make you feel distant from and resentful of your partner. Plus, mental issues are nothing you need to hide. Here’s how to keep anxiety and depression from ruining your relationship.


Know when to remove yourself

If you sense a downward spiral happening during which you just won’t be yourself, tell your partner that. Tell them it’s better if you’re not around them right now because you’ll likely say something you do not mean.




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