My son is depressed and do not know how you can help

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Posted by: Newswalle

My son, 22 years old, was recently diagnosed with clinical depression. It is always sad and tired. This has been happening for about the last six months. He is very quiet and distance to a therapist once a week, but always seems. I'm a hyper and outgoing person, and I am very concerned that I do not know how to contact him. I live in fear that I might say something to hurt you, and tips on how to deal with all these problems – it's very scary and frustrating.

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