Depression can be a period of unhappiness or low morale which lasts longer than several weeks and may include ideation of self-inflicted injury or suicide.
Some relationships are actively inactive due to depression. Depression diminishes your ability to connect with your partner and creates doubts amidst your union. The symptoms of depression are not far fetched, they include ; anger, irritability and nagging. They can create tension between partners and thereby breaks what they’ve built.
How to deal with depression in a relationship.
1. Don’t make assumptions.
Making assumptions is very cheap in a relationship, especially when you are tired of the relationship, it becomes the easiest thing to do. Watch out for the assumptions your mind is makes up and ask yourself “Is it worth the trouble? ” Are your allegations confirmed or they are mere imaginative conclusions? Check if they are just reflection of your thoughts or there is realism in what your mind is telling you. Afterwards, you should stay calm and don’t make decisions in a rush. Note that those confirmed negative attitudes of your partner would still be in your mind, it would never leave.Just be careful not to let those memories direct your path in the relationship. Always stay positive.
Go through your old love chats
Even on bad days, you should always remember there were good days. Going through old chats brings back the old good feelings, no matter how bad you feel about your partner, old mails always bring back little good time feelings you once had.
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