DepressionWe all have our ups and downs in life. That’s just the state of human existence. When the downs outweigh the ups for a long period of time and interfere with your quality of life, you might have clinical depression.
Here are some symptoms, according to the National Institute of Mental Health:
- You can't stop feeling sad or crying.
- You often feel angry.
- You've lost interest in things you love.
- You're having a hard time dealing with stress.
You and your covered family members can also schedule counseling or other treatment through Indiana University's Employee Assistance Program.