Avoid depression, it’s important to talk to the closest people

Depression. Photo : Ricardo/JPNN.com

jpnn.com, JAKARTA – Clinical Psychologist Oriza Sativa explains the importance for a person to pour out his heart to those closest to him to avoid depression.

He said the definition of someone who is mentally healthy is having friends or closest people, even if it’s only one person.

According to Oriza, friends are needed as friends who can listen to complaints so as to reduce the emotional burden in a person.

“Is the problem solved? No, but at least we can share our thoughts,” Oriza told JPNN.com, Sunday (5/12).

Oriza also revealed many cases of teenagers experiencing depression to the point of hurting themselves, and not expressing their feelings to those closest to them.

“There are so many teenagers, they don’t vent, instead they are busy doing self-harm. They cut, they poke their heads, they bite their bodies, a lot,” said Oriza.

Therefore, he appealed to the younger generation not to pour out their hearts on social media.

Because, he said, nothing can prevent the public’s response to the contents of the vent through social media.

Clinical Psychologist Oriza Sativa explains the importance of someone to confide in those closest to them in order to avoid depression.

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