I guess it depends on if you are already diagnosed with "Depression", or if you are "feeling depressed".
The first case is probably easier, because you will have already had a professional in place, to make the diagnosis, and start therapy.
In the second instance, there may be a reason for "feeling depressed". You might have suffered a loss, like the death of a family member, friend, or pet. The loss of a friendship... Divorcing parents... Moving... New School... Being Bullied... The list is endless.
Still. it is just a matter of realizing they care, and want to help you feel well. You never know when things are going to be easier than you think....
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