Helping people navigate through depression

THERE is no singular cause for depression and anxiety.

Rather there are many number of factors that can result in depression ranging from a mix of recent events and other longer term or permanent factors.

In a rural community such asOberon some of these factors can include life events, personality, family history, serious medical illness or drug and alcohol abuse.

Continuing difficulties such as long-term unemployment, abusive relationships, drug and alcohol issues, isolation or loneliness, work stress, trying to hold a family together, financial worries, serious or terminal illness and in children bullying, abuse and trying to achieve unattainable expectations are but a few triggers.

Oberon Men’s Shed is hosting a talk by Alex Ferguson of Lifeline Central West on Tuesday, April 28 from 10.30am.

The talk will provide vital information about depression and anxiety, in particular what treatments and services are available.

You might not be suffering from these symptoms yourself but the chances are you know someone who is suffering in silence.

If left untreated the symptoms could be fatal.

Local blokes, local ladies and Oberon’s youth are all invited to come to the Men’s Shed and hear about a most important medical condition.

Oberon Men’s Shed is located in the Oberon Showground, Ross Street, Oberon – enter from Ross Street and we are on the right just past the sheep pavilion. Note the date and time in your diary.

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