Signs That Your Partner Is Suffering From Depression

Updated at: Aug 19, 2020
Signs That Your Partner Is Suffering From Depression

If you are in a relationship with someone who is going through depression, then keep these five things in mind.

Tavishi Dogra
MarriageWritten by: Tavishi DograPublished at: Aug 19, 2020

Mental health problems can happen to anyone, including our loved ones. Mental diseases, especially depression, are prevalent today. Depression is severe, and hence the patient must be appropriately taken care of. If your loved one is going through depression, then you have to come forward to help them. And especially if your partner is a victim of depression, you must support them in this difficult time. Realizing the seriousness of the subject, today we will discuss some points related to it. First of all, you have to be very patient if you are dating a person who is suffering from depression. Knowing what grief is and how it affects your partner's mind is of paramount importance. Gradually, you will automatically understand their needs.

Keep these seven tips in mind

  • How to talk? It is crucial to speak the language of love. We suggest you understand how your partner behaves when they are upset, and then deal with them when they are unhappy. It is not enough to say don't be sad or angry. Learn to calm them down. This method can be different for everyone, and you will be able to learn from experience.
  • Don't be angry at their mistakes: There is a great possibility of a change in a person due to mental illness, for instance, mood swings. So if your partner has a mental illness and he commits a mistake, then you should not be angry at them. When there is a psychological problem, there is no emphasis on the actions and antics of the person.
  • Don't leave them alone: Do not leave your partner solely for long. In fact, due to mental illnesses (especially depression, stress), the person is not even aware of his good and evil deeds, and at times he can harm himself or someone else. So you should not leave your partner in such a situation.
depression
  • Your mental health is as significant as your partner: Often, you compromise on your mental peace in caring for your partner. However, the balance between your partner's needs and your mental health is crucial. It is also essential to know when you have to take a step back.
  • Be sensitive towards their needs: You have to remember (keep in mind) that they are sick. Not everything he/she says or thinks could be real. They are losing confidence, so do not take their words to heart. Be positive towards them and make them believe that you love them.

  • Pay attention to positive points: Many times, you will feel that your partner is dissolving negativity in the relationship, and you will also become dangerous (for them). Make sure that you have to be doubly positive, both from your side and from their (your partner') side.
  • Discuss Their Thoughts: During the depression, the person starts feeling very helpless. The person suffers from despair, in which case the person becomes very harsh towards himself.

Conclusion: The solution is to listen to their thoughts in peace. You have to convince them that the love they are getting is worth it. Try to instil confidence in them. But the essential thing is to listen to them. Take care that your partner does not feel alone.

Read more articles on Marriage

Disclaimer

All possible measures have been taken to ensure accuracy, reliability, timeliness and authenticity of the information; however Onlymyhealth.com does not take any liability for the same. Using any information provided by the website is solely at the viewers’ discretion. In case of any medical exigencies/ persistent health issues, we advise you to seek a qualified medical practitioner before putting to use any advice/tips given by our team or any third party in form of answers/comments on the above mentioned website.

This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK