Depression

Depression Awareness Week
What is Depression?

Depression is a state of low mood and an aversion to activity that can affect a person’s thoughts, behavior, feelings and physical well-being. It is not necessarily always a psychiatric disorder, as the symptoms can be associated with a number of physiological ailments. Depression is a frequent and normal reaction to certain life events, usually those related to change from a normal routine or comfort zone.

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The Big Picture is a static feature located within Hartlepool College of Further Education in one of its public areas. It is closely tied to the College’s RESPECT campaign, which promotes equality, fairness and understanding for all individuals across a range of social, moral and historic topics. RESPECT is a valuable resource that links to a range of teaching, learning and tutorial activities and involves and applies to everyone who works or studies in the College.