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  • Hey Psych2Go fan, welcome back.

    嘿 Psych2Go 的粉絲,歡迎回來。

  • Have you ever heard the term, smiling depression?

    你有聽過「微笑抑鬱症」嗎?

  • High-functioning depression or hidden depression?

    有聽過「高功能憂鬱症」或「隱性抑鬱症」嗎?

  • As these names may imply, this is when a clinically depressed person tries to keep their depression a secret from others.

    如同這些名字暗示的,這些憂鬱確診病患會試圖把憂鬱症當秘密,不讓別人知道。

  • They often appear cheerful, successful, and seemingly put together...leading you to the belief that their lives are perfectly happy, fine, and without mental illness.

    他們很常看起來開心、成功、一切都在掌握中...讓你相信他們的人生完美、一切都好,他們沒有心理疾病。

  • Is there someone you think might be secretly depressed?

    你有覺得誰偷偷地在憂鬱嗎?

  • Look out for these 8 telltale signs that they might have hidden depression.

    看看這八個小徵兆,他們可能有隱藏起來的憂鬱症。

  • 1. They feel emotions on a much deeper level.

    第一,他們以更深的層次感受到情緒。

  • Does your friend become emotionally volatile in response to a simple question or comment?

    你的朋友在回答簡單的問題、或回覆留言時,會不會突然情緒波動很大?

  • Those who are secretly depressed will often feel things more intensely than usual because of how much they bottle up inside.

    那些其實有憂鬱症的人會比一般人對事情有更深的感觸,因為他們已經累積太多情緒。

  • They're more susceptible to crying, getting upset, or even having a full-fledged breakdown because they feel overwhelmed with the depths of all of their emotions.

    他們更容易哭泣、悲傷,或完全崩潰,因為他們已經被所有的情緒壓得喘不過氣。

  • This swings both ways, being more affectionate and loving towards others while also more easily angered and saddened.

    這會讓他們來回擺盪,對別人更好更友愛的同時,也會更易怒與更容易悲傷。

  • 2. They're less positive and optimistic.

    第二,他們不那麼正向樂觀。

  • Does your loved one, who used to be so easygoing and light-hearted...become cynical and pessimistic?

    你愛的人以前曾經隨和、正向,現在有變得憤世嫉俗與悲觀嗎?

  • They might be internally struggling with a lot of dark thoughts they are too afraid to share.

    他們也許正與心中的黑暗思想打架,他們不敢分享那些想法。

  • They may adopt a more nihilistic point of view, and become less positive and optimistic than you're used to them being.

    他們可能採取了更虛無觀點的想法,變得你無法習慣的不那麼正向樂觀。

  • 3. They're obsessed with being the best.

    第三,他們執著於要當最好的。

  • Depression, hidden or not, is often a thief that robs us of our ability to enjoy the simple pleasures of life.

    不論是不是隱藏起來的憂鬱症,都是一種小偷,會把我們享受生活中小樂趣的能力奪走。

  • People with concealed depression will often throw themselves into their work in order to find meaning in their lives and make sense of their suffering.

    隱藏起憂鬱症的人,通常都會投身於工作,只為了找到生命的意義,或合理化自己的痛苦。

  • By overworking themselves, they get a sense of reprieve from their depression, and distract themselves from all the negativity that they feel.

    透過過勞,他們從憂鬱中暫時得到緩解,可以讓他們不去想自己感覺到的負面情緒。

  • 4. They have sudden mood swings.

    第四,他們有突然的情緒變化。

  • Depression isn't always gonna look like sadness.

    憂鬱症並不總是悲傷。

  • Sometimes depression manifests as anger, irritability, and sudden changes in mood.

    有時憂鬱症會以怒氣、易怒、突然的情緒變化示人。

  • Depression makes feeling happy and even enjoying things they used to love...incredibly difficult.

    憂鬱症讓感到快樂、享受以前熱愛的事物,變得極其困難。

  • Their response is a tendency to lash out and become emotionally unhinged.

    他們的反應通常都是發怒,變得情緒失常。

  • There's just too much rage and desperation for them to suppress.

    他們真的有太多怒氣和失望被壓制了。

  • So, like a volcano, they let it erupt and throw tantrums.

    所以就像火山一般,他們讓情緒爆發,發幾場脾氣。

  • 5. They've started abusing drugs or alcohol.

    第五,他們開始濫用藥物或酒精。

  • Occasional recreational drug use and drinking are fairly common.

    偶爾的娛樂藥物和飲酒是正常的。

  • However, the red flag for hidden depression starts to wave when it stops being occasional and becomes regular and then turns into dependence.

    但是如果藥物和飲酒變得常態、且讓人依賴時,隱藏的憂鬱症就已經很嚴重了。

  • The Anxiety and Depression Association of America, (or A.D.A.A.), found that approximately one in every five people who are depressed, also had a substance use disorder.

    美國焦慮與憂鬱症協會 (A.D.A.A.) 發現每五個人就有一個人是憂鬱的,同時也濫用藥物。

  • 6. They're always out of it lately.

    第六,他們最近好像不太正常。

  • Is your usually punctual friend suddenly forgetting your lunch dates?

    你通常很準時的朋友,突然忘記你們的午餐約會了嗎?

  • Does your friend zone out more often than usual when you're talking to them?

    當你跟朋友說話時,他是不是比平常更分神?

  • Difficulty concentrating and remembering is one of the symptoms of depression.

    難以專注和記住東西,是憂鬱症的症狀之一。

  • The depressed person often has a hard time keeping their train of thought, and struggles with finishing tasks affecting their grades or work performance.

    憂鬱患者通常難以保持思緒連貫,較難達成影響成績和工作績效的任務。

  • They have difficulty with decisions and remembering recent events.

    他們也比較難下決定或記住近期發生的事。

  • They may even start to speak and move more sluggishly as a result.

    他們可能會開始講話或移動地比較遲緩。

  • 7. They feel bad about asking for help.

    第七,他們對要求幫忙感到糟糕。

  • Does your friend tell you something's wrong, but then waves it away saying it's just silly or unimportant and they'll just deal with it on their own?

    你的朋友會不會告訴你有些事出錯了,但接著又說沒事的,這件事很蠢、不重要,他們自己處理就好?

  • When someone's trying to conceal their depression from others, they'll often send subtle cries for help that they immediately take back.

    當人們試著隱藏憂鬱症時,他們通常會傳送微弱的求救訊息,但他們一下子就會把訊息收回。

  • They apologize for asking for help, even when they're struggling, and never want to burden anyone else with what they're going through.

    他們為求助道歉,即便他們已經很難熬了,卻仍不願讓其他人為他們經歷的事感到負擔。

  • And 8. They always try to look or act happy.

    第八,他們總是試圖看起來開心或展現開心。

  • Do you know someone who's constantly smiling and cheerful?

    有沒有你認識的誰,總是在微笑、看起來很快樂?

  • Usually denying that something is wrong, even when you know, there is.

    通常他們會拒絕承認有事情不對勁,即便你知道有事情不對勁。

  • They won't let others see them cry, or be sad so, they make up excuses about why they can't see you much.

    他們不願意讓人看到他們哭或難過,所以他們會找藉口推託你不能見他們的原因。

  • Usually, when they think no one else is looking the facade will be dropped and you'll see things aren't okay.

    通常,當他們以為沒人在看時,這層偽裝就會掉下來,你就會發現事情一點都不好。

  • Those with depression won't always show the symptoms commonly associated with the condition.

    憂鬱症患者不一定會展現出一般與症狀相關的跡象。

  • Does this bring anyone to mind?

    你有想到誰嗎?

  • Because of the negative stigma surrounding mental illness, many patients often feel the need to keep their struggle a secret for fear that they'll be judged shamed or mistreated for their illness.

    因為心理疾病的污名,很多患者認為自己要把疾病當秘密,擔心他們會因為生病被羞辱、被不好地對待。

  • If you know someone who you suspect is secretly depressed, you can do them a solid and show your support by reaching out to them, this may help them move towards getting the professional mental health care they need in order to improve.

    如果你懷疑有誰是默默地在憂鬱,你可以關懷他們、展現你的支持,這可能會讓他們向專業的心理照顧求助,得以改善情況。

  • Paying attention to these signs could make you a lifesaver.

    注意這些跡象會讓你拯救生命。

  • If you know someone who may benefit from online counseling, we actually partnered up with better help: an affordable online counseling platform that you could utilize.

    如果線上諮商對你知道的誰有益,我們其實有合夥想出更好的幫助:你可以使用的線上諮詢平台,收費不貴。

  • They're constantly striving to improve their services in terms of conditions.

    就條件而言,他們持續在改良他們的服務。

  • The link will be in the description below.

    連結會在下方敘述中。

  • Thank you!

    謝謝你!

Hey Psych2Go fan, welcome back.

嘿 Psych2Go 的粉絲,歡迎回來。

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