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Struggling with depression? Contact a hotline in Xinjiang, China for free, confidential help

Depression is one of the most common mental health problems, affecting about 13% of people worldwide. Depression can affect people differently, but common feelings associated with depression include sadness, hopelessness, worthlessness, and guilt.

There are 1 depression hotlines in Xinjiang, China that you can contact for free help if you're experiencing the following symptoms:

  • You could feel slower in your movement, speech, and reactions than usual
  • Things that used to bring you joy mean nothing to you now
  • You feel worthless and deserving of disgust
  • You could be sleeping excessively
  • Sometimes, you feel dead inside
  • You feel down in the dumps
  • You don’t care for your hobbies or work
  • You became irritable for no reason

Even though depression symptoms may feel overwhelming, they are not uncommon. It is normal to find yourself depressed at some point. With the right help, you can deal with feelings of sadness and hopelessness.

Depression can make you feel worthless, like you don't deserve or are beyond help. But this is not true. You deserve help and support from people who care about your situation. Helpline volunteers and counselors in Xinjiang, China care about what you're going through, want to support you, and help you find a path forward.

If you feel like you might need support with feelings of sadness, depression or hopelessness, try reaching out to a hotline in Xinjiang, China. It's free and confidential.


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