And one of the things that often gets lost in discussions of depression is that you know it's ridiculous. You know it's ridiculous while you're experiencing it. You know that most people manage to listen to their messages and eat lunch and organize themselves to take a shower and go out the front door and that it's not a big deal, and yet you are nonetheless in its grip and you are unable to figure out any way around it. And so I began to feel myself doing less and thinking less and feeling less. It was a kind of nullity.

English: Help Someone with Depression, Français: aider une personne en dépression, Italiano: Aiutare chi Soffre di Depressione, Español: ayudar a alguien con depresión, Deutsch: Einer andere Person mit ihren Depressionen helfen, Português: Ajudar Alguém com Depressão, Nederlands: Iemand met een depressie helpen, Русский: помочь человеку справиться с депрессией, Čeština: Jak pomoci člověku, který trpí depresí, Bahasa Indonesia: Menolong Orang yang Mengalami Depresi, Tiếng Việt: Giúp đỡ Người Mắc Bệnh Trầm cảm, العربية: مساعدة من يعاني من الاكتئاب
由于不了解你女朋友的具体情况,我不好给出意见。从你的另外一个帖子里,我能够感到你对她的关心、你的焦急,但是我也想提醒你,想要关心抑郁症患者的家属,首先要学会关心自己。一个人可以轻易学会不在乎,但学会在乎,却需要付出千百倍的勇气和努力。我的女朋友在陪伴我的时候,自己也经历了不少痛苦。她后来通过咨询心理医生应该怎么照顾我,来调整好了自己的情绪。我想告诉你的是,你要对抑郁症有所准备(教育自己,学习一些这方面的知识),即使你是一个很乐观和活泼的人。陪伴抑郁症患者很消耗人的能量。我给你推荐两个专业团队的回答。https://www.zhihu.com/question/54853415 这个问题中 ID为“简单心理”的回答,这里面你可以读到一些故事(有些故事比较恐怖,你不必被吓到,结合你自己的情况考虑,你女友未必那么严重);Knowyourself这个团队写的http://www.toutiao.com/i6402008917009760769/ “因为爱你,我想陪着你不快乐|研究:抑郁会在伴侣间传染” 。你能来问这个问题,说明你充满了爱心,我为你点赞!祝你女友能走出这段阴霾。

青少年抑郁症的原因主要见于遗传因素,性格因素及患病前是否受过精神刺激。在这几种因素当中,家族遗传性因素对儿童抑郁症影响很大。经调查显示:大约有50%的抑郁症儿童父母中,至少有一人曾患过抑郁症,可见这个发病几率还是非常高的。   其次,性格特点是不容忽视的因素。很多孩子患病前具有以下这些性格缺陷:性格内向、文静,不爱交际,不喜欢出头露面,孤僻、多疑,经常注意到事物消极一面;还有些儿童病前多表现无能,被动,好纠缠,依赖和孤独的特点或是病前个性倔强,好攻击别人,这样的性格一旦受到意外打击后易患抑郁症。   最后,致病因素还与病前受过精神刺激有关。一般的患者在发病前都受过精神方面的刺激,如父母死亡或离异,父母对子女采取排斥或漠不关心的态度,早年曾患有严重的不幸经历,青春期遭遇精神创伤,或者身患疾病,人际关系的不协调,学习成绩不良等均可诱发抑郁症。
Patients with chronic depression (CD) by definition respond less well to standard forms of psychotherapy, so they are more likely to be high utilizers of psychiatric resources. Therefore, the aim of this guidance paper is to provide a comprehensive overview of current psychotherapy for CD. The evidence of efficacy is critically reviewed and recommendations for clinical applications and research are given. We performed a systematic literature search to identify studies on psychotherapy in CD, evaluated the retrieved documents and developed evidence tables and recommendations through a consensus process among experts and stakeholders. We developed 5 recommendations which may help providers to select psychotherapeutic treatment options for this patient group. The EPA considers both psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy to be effective in CD and recommends both approaches. The best effect is achieved by combined treatment with psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy, which should therefore be the treatment of choice. The EPA recommends psychotherapy with an interpersonal focus (e.g. the Cognitive Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy [CBASP]) for the treatment of CD and a personalized approach based on the patient's preferences. The DSM-5 nomenclature of persistent depressive disorder (PDD), which includes CD subtypes, has been an important step towards a more differentiated treatment and understanding of these complex affective disorders. Apart from dysthymia, ICD-10 still does not provide a separate entity for a chronic course of depression. The differences between patients with acute episodic depression and those with CD need to be considered in the planning of treatment. Specific psychotherapeutic treatment options are recommended for patients with CD. Patients with chronic forms of depression should be offered tailored psychotherapeutic treatments that address their specific needs and deficits. Combination treatment with psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy is the first-line treatment recommended for CD. More research is needed to develop more effective treatments for CD, especially in the longer term, and to identify which patients benefit from which treatment algorithm.
也是这时候,大概是2015年10月的时候吧,我开始觉得自己非常不正常,需要去医院检查一下。一开始去的是耳鼻喉科,因为我怀疑所有的这些症状都是因为我严重的鼻炎呼吸不畅顺,导致脑部缺氧而产生的。于是我开始接受脱敏治疗。但是每次我跟医生说我头晕,说话说多了脸会发麻,胸闷的时候,医生总是说鼻炎虽然会影响到呼吸和生活,但是并不会出现这些症状。而且,接受脱敏治疗两三周之后,除了鼻子稍微通了一些,其余症状甚至更严重了。于是我开始怀疑自己是不是肾虚。看中医,医生给我开了些补气的中药,除了有些心理作用外,然并卵。后来我又怀疑自己之前的肺炎和支气管炎还没痊愈,于是,我去看呼吸内科。挂了一个专家号,那个主任听了我的描述之后,建议我住院全面检查,于是我跟公司请了一个礼拜假。做了包括脑电图,脑CT,胸透,B超,心电图,动态心电图,心彩超,肺功能,肝功能,血常规在内的十几种检查。住院期间,医生为避免我有什么心脏病,一直在给我吊丹参。几天后,结果出来,全部正常。那个主任医师说第一次见我的时候就大概猜到我其实没什么大问题,(注意,他说的是没什么大问题!)但是,你的状况, 如果不给你做个全面检查,你是不会安心的。等一下我让心理科的医生跟你谈一下吧。
如图可见,抑郁症可以由很多原因引起,比如家族病史,遗传因素,童年影音,家庭教育,成长环境,人生变故,身体因素,疾病,生产,药物酒精滥用,甚至环境因素,季节变换,水土不服等等等等。这些都可以归纳成为客观原因因,充分说明了抑郁症的客观存在性。比如,家庭病史可能会让你获得抑郁症的风险比别人高出10倍;敏感得性格让你更容易被伤害。这些都是真实存在的,而你对此无能为力。疾病,体弱,会让人缺乏能量导致暂时的焦虑和抑郁情绪。同时,长期的抑郁或者焦虑,会消耗身体里的化学物质和能量,甚至影响身体健康;反过来,又会加重抑郁病情。这也是为什么,抑郁症需要药物治疗的原因。可是,抑郁症却并不是我们从外界直接被动获得的,而是主观获得的。在此我更愿意把抑郁症比作一种习惯,一种自卑,自责,完美主义,自我怀疑等等不良应激反应的习惯。别误会,这种习惯并不是某个人由于自身素质问题而生出的三观问题,而恰恰是一种根据个人经历而产生的,非常原始自然“合理”的,符合“事实”的直觉/环境认知/自我总结。然而由于个体经历局限,认知局限,你所认为的”事实“经常会与实际事实,与或者别人眼中看到的你的事实,或者与对解决问题有利的事实之间,有相当的偏差。这也就是我所理解的人的局限。举个例子,一个从小被父亲当男孩奚落,母亲又常年在外留学的女孩子。她头发长过虱子,衣服常年脏兮兮,没有玩过洋娃娃,没有穿过裙子,没有在外面流过泪。青春期发育时,这个女孩子发育早个子又比当地男生高大,从小被人嘲笑。很长一段时间,她都非常羡慕干干净净穿着可爱颜色的衣服,梳子各色发型,个子娇小的女孩子,梨花带雨,楚楚可怜。后来,她变成了一个非常怕自己没有女人味的青年,总是害怕自己成为傻大个或者女汉子。再后来她交往了一个几年后由于异地劈腿,而让她之后独自痛苦了五年的初恋,初恋曾表示过喜爱铅笔腿类型的女孩而她不是。就像很多鸡汤文一样顺理成章的,女孩几个月不怎么吃饭狂运动变成了竹根女。很多年后,即使女孩最后变成一个高挑而明理的女人。可是明明处于偏低的正常体重, 却依然变态地执著于变瘦变小鸟依人而感觉自己可以获得更多的安全感。不在乎脸,不在乎妆容,不在乎身高不在乎一切,只是很容易因为胖瘦而没有自信。女孩脑中关于美丽和女人味的事实,和大多数人眼中的现实已经产生了差别。过度放大胖瘦在生活中的重要程度,因为这是她早年人生中所有不安全感的心理暗示来源。好了各位看官,这个例子就是本人系列。但我可以肯定,我这样的例子并不稀有,EATING DISORDER又是一个大写的大众病。说回来,通过以上例子,我想说的是,我们每个人都有自己的“牛角尖”,我们看到的事实,和真实的事实,多多少少是有差距的。我看到的镜子中的我自己,loser,恶心,没有女人味,这是我认识的自己,我认为的事实。而真实的事实可能又是另外一番景象。当各种事件发生时,我们会产生这种错误的,有偏差不必要的认知和结论;从而使自己反复确认错误的事实,陷入不必要的抑郁焦虑情绪中,迷失了解决问题的方向。所以在造成抑郁症的诸多原因之中,我认为,纠正这种错误认知的思维训练是最重要的。也是除了吃药以外,我们唯一可以调节的地方。其实这就是我们常说的认识世界,认识自己,坦然面对,修炼心性。而这个课题,每一个人都会遇到,如果抑郁这烂透的一段人生是你精神修炼的契机,我觉得未必不是一件好事。
青少年抑郁症的原因主要见于遗传因素,性格因素及患病前是否受过精神刺激。在这几种因素当中,家族遗传性因素对儿童抑郁症影响很大。经调查显示:大约有50%的抑郁症儿童父母中,至少有一人曾患过抑郁症,可见这个发病几率还是非常高的。   其次,性格特点是不容忽视的因素。很多孩子患病前具有以下这些性格缺陷:性格内向、文静,不爱交际,不喜欢出头露面,孤僻、多疑,经常注意到事物消极一面;还有些儿童病前多表现无能,被动,好纠缠,依赖和孤独的特点或是病前个性倔强,好攻击别人,这样的性格一旦受到意外打击后易患抑郁症。   最后,致病因素还与病前受过精神刺激有关。一般的患者在发病前都受过精神方面的刺激,如父母死亡或离异,父母对子女采取排斥或漠不关心的态度,早年曾患有严重的不幸经历,青春期遭遇精神创伤,或者身患疾病,人际关系的不协调,学习成绩不良等均可诱发抑郁症。
As clinicians, we routinely make critical decisions for our patients with depression. Because of the uncertainty of factors that affect diagnosis and treatment, clinicians may find an objective, quick measurement tool helpful. Measurementbased care (MBC) provides specific and objective information on which to base clinical decisions and should therefore enhance quality of care and treatment outcomes. (1-3) MBC rests on these assumptions. * Compared with general questions that are typically asked during a patient evaluation, specific measurements (administered by clinicians or self-reported by patients) provide more accurate information on which to establish a diagnosis, assess treatment outcomes, and modify treatments. * Patients who complete these measurement tests will better understand their disorder and treatment effects, which will enable them to better manage their depression. * Medical records that include the results of specific measurements will assist subsequent clinicians in understanding the results of prior treatments. * The routine use of the same measurements in practice and clinical research studies will help clinicians translate research findings into their own practices. * For most outpatients with depression, self-report methods are available that are free and that take little time and effort. Diagnostic measurements Researchers have used criterion-based diagnostic methods for years. After DSM-III was introduced in 1980, the Structured Clinical Interviews for DSM-III (SCID) (and later for DSMIV) were developed to obtain lifetime diagnoses. (4,5) Briefer structured interviews were then developed, including the Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview (MINI), which assesses only current diagnoses, and the MINI-Plus, which elicits information about current and past diagnoses. (6-8) The MINI takes 30 to 40 minutes to administer, while the MINI-Plus may take up to 60 minutes. Studies have shown that structured or semistructured interviews provide more accurate diagnoses than typical practice. For example, clinically rendered diagnoses were compared with those made based on SCID results. (9) Major diagnostic differences were found in 40% of outpatients with clinical diagnoses of schizophrenia or bipolar or major depressive disorders. In addition, when clinicians were provided with a diagnosis that was determined using SCID, they changed the chart diagnosis in a substantial proportion of cases and prescribed fewer medications. (10) Symptom measurements Once a diagnosis has been made and therapy has been initiated, the regimen must often be modified because of intolerance, adverse effects, or other less-than-desirable symptomatic outcomes. Medication and somatic therapies are typically aimed at treating symptoms, but psychotherapy and disease self-management may also address other aspects of treatment (eg, medication adherence, social/occupational function, self-esteem). The Texas Medication Algorithm Project (TMAP) and the Sequenced Treatment Alternatives to Relieve Depression (STAR*D) studies showed that diligent assessment of symptoms and adverse effects enhances outcomes. (11-14) The goal of therapy for depression is symptom remission and, ultimately, sustained remission and functional recovery. (15) Most patients require more than 1 treatment revision (eg, altered dosage, treatment, or delivery). When implementing guideline-driven or evidencebased care, initial treatment is continued until remission or maximal symptom improvement is obtained or until the patient cannot tolerate the regimen. Thereafter, the dosage or type of treatment may...
But in 1994, three years later, I found myself losing interest in almost everything. I didn't want to do any of the things I had previously wanted to do, and I didn't know why. The opposite of depression is not happiness, but vitality. And it was vitality that seemed to seep away from me in that moment. Everything there was to do seemed like too much work. I would come home and I would see the red light flashing on my answering machine, and instead of being thrilled to hear from my friends, I would think, "What a lot of people that is to have to call back." Or I would decide I should have lunch, and then I would think, but I'd have to get the food out and put it on a plate and cut it up and chew it and swallow it, and it felt to me like the Stations of the Cross.
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