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.
In Estonia, there are 2 free hotlines that support people experiencing the symptoms of depression. If you notice these signs of depression, consider reaching out:
Depression can be a response to a loss or great stress in your life. However, it can also happen for no obvious reason. Both experiences are fairly common but depression can make it feel like nobody will relate to what you're going through.
Depression can make you feel like a burden to others so you may be hesitant to ask for help. However, there are helpline volunteers and counselors in Estonia who care about your situation and want to help. Sharing your feelings with a compassionate listener can help you feel supported and less alone.
If you feel like you might need support with feelings of sadness, depression or hopelessness, try reaching out to a hotline in Estonia. It's free and confidential.