Depression is not a uni-dimensional disorder and can have different sub-types.
Maybe you took your pain, or any sign of vulnerability or sadness, and hid it behind a camouflaged persona of happiness and productivity that shielded the real you from the eyes of the world.
You may be aware you’re intentionally hiding pain, but it’s also possible that you have no real clue.
Identifying concealed or hidden depression traits will be a much-needed lens to your own camera and will help you to acknowledge and deal your mental health condition in a positive and constructive way.
No matter how fine they may seem
The models of grief can guide us to better understand the processes and emotions related to coping with grief and loss and find balance.
What a depressed person will never talk about…
Men tend to hide away their emotions and are often more unwilling to talk about their emotions than women.
Should you tell your girlfriend, wife, partner, family, and friends that you’re suffering from mental illness?
The biggest flaw about depression is that it is not always obvious. The people suffering from it tend to conceal it as they feel they are burdening other people.