Continuous Depression is when something continuously encroach the minds of individuals or a group of individuals such that he is disturbed or can’t act completely normal. This is sometimes supported by something that you are forced to do but never wanted to.
Robin’s story is one such of those.
Robin was overjoyed when he got a job as a safety officer in one of the world’s most reputed organizations but soon the joy diminished. Robin’s day started with the department meeting in the morning where he was asked to perform certain jobs that he had to get done from other departments.
Robin puthis best efforts throughout the day to finally meet the manager to report the day’s achievements. The manager never called Robin in the office hours but called him when it was time to go home. Robin hated staying in the office after officer hours even for a minute.
The result was as expected. Robin was out of his mind to discuss the day’s reporting which most of the times spoiled the meeting or Robin’s state of mind. The bosswas never happy with what Robin successfully executed but never left chances to roar at him for even the minute gaps.
To make the things worse, Robin lived alone in a 2 bedroom flat. His loneliness provided him ample time and space to memorize how his boss shouted at him, how his countless efforts were not counted, why his boss was so relentless etc.
Having understood both the categories of depression, the next step is how to heal or how to fight this condition. Following measures have proven to be of great help in this regard: -
• Root cause analysis
• Evaluate the reason for that cause
• Contributing factors
• Suggestions to solve the problem
All these shall be discussed in detail the third and concluding part of this article. http://expertscolumn.com/content/how-beat-depression-part-3-concluding-part