7 Signs Your Relationship is Making You Depressed

Are you wondering if a relationship can actually make you depressed? Love can be a double-edged sword. Sometimes it makes us feel more alive than we ever thought possible, and sometimes it has us at its mercy. Sooner or later, we need to evaluate our relationships and let go of people who may be toxic towards us. The unfortunate truth is that some people are just not ready for relationships and may not have your best intentions in mind. Accepting that your partner is contributing to your depression is hard to face – especially if you desperately want things to work out

Script Writer: Elliot Figueira
Script Editor: Steven Wu
VO: Megan Edwards
Animator: Ben Carswell
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong

References and resources used:

Depression Can Be Contagious

Women are twice as likely to experience depression as men, and abuse in relationships. abuse often goes unreported, and estimates state that between 18 and 36% of women have experienced relationship abuse. Abuse is strongly linked with depressive disorders in women.

Why People Stay in Abusive Relationship(s)

How poor communication skills link to depression in relationships

Talks about how our needs change over time and the relationship needs to adapt to it. Anger and resentment can occur when partners fail to meet each other’s changing needs.

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Relationship Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks3438Q4Vls&list=PLD4cyJhQaFwWhbgRpiffdzjj4MnYs7uCN


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