Depression is a serious mental disorder that severely affects your thoughts,your emotions and will siphon off every positive feelings in the life affecting your behavior and physical health.
Let’s see the different emotional and mental phases a person goes through before getting recurring suicidal thoughts.
1)Feeling of Hopelessness
There is this feeling of emptiness, hopelessness and endless road of sadness which is leading to nowhere in the person’s life.
2)Lack of Concentration and Worthlessness
Feeling of worthless paves way for an unprecedented surge of negative thoughts that begins to control the mind which makes it difficult for the person to concentrate even on small things.
3)Loneliness And Depression
The person feels trapped but don’t know how to get out of it.The hope that something will change for sure no longer exist and the person gets stuck in loneliness.
Studies have shown that depression and loneliness are directly proportional to each other.
4)Lack of Motivation and Guilt
Overwhelming sense of boredom, lack of motivation and constant burden of guilt starts consuming the person,which not only lowers the self esteem to a great degree but also results into persistent self criticism where the person holds oneself responsible for every single act.
Happiness does not exist any more and the person starts feeling dead inside which takes the form of clinical depression also known as major depression.
The person is tired of putting the fake mask in front of his family and friends and soon begins to isolate oneself from the immediate surroundings.
6)Fatigue and Restlessness
The person does not feel hungry and fatigue in the body, restlessness becomes the integral part of his or her life.
Getting out of bed and doing mundane activities seems like a task for the person.
7)Persistent Sadness And Suicidal Thoughts
The person starts crying every night thinking about how worthless and unproductive his or her life is; sometimes not even knowing the reason behind it.
In this vicious circle of sadness, loneliness and hopelessness,the person tries to harm oneself and even attempts to commit suicide.
There are multiple factors which can lead to depression.
Financial troubles faced by the person in the business or job, unemployment,highly stressful life,hereditary disease like diabetes,alcohol or drug addiction.
Constant arguments in the relationship or even divorce,loss of loved ones at the very early age, deserted by your own family and friends and the reasons can be endless.