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Dads feeling blue – Take the K10 test

anxiety and depression test K10How often do you feel sad, do you have some things going on in your life that could cause you to feel depressed, powerless or anxious?

The road many of us have traveled can cause us to loose hope or to continually feel sad. Grieving the loss of your kids can be one reason for this and some of us have multiple contributors i.e. loss of a partner, loss of a job, loss of friends, you have gained weight and your self esteem has taken a hit or even your change of lifestyle due to financial reasons etc

There is definitely something that can be done and you don’t have to travel through life feeling this way. Beyondblue have information, programs and people to talk too that can help you get back on track. It is only a click or dial away. Every one of us deserves to live a happy and content life, make it a gift to yourself to search out help.

Are you wondering if you are ok?

Beyondblue has a Anxiety and Depression checklist called K10. Once completed, if the results suggest you might be suffering from anxiety or depression, please seek help, it can can be fixed.

Take the test: http: Anxiety and Depression K10 test

What you could do after the test –

  • Find out more about the signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety.
  • Access online programs and trusted information on depression, stress and anxiety at mindhealthconnect.
  • Go to MindSpot who provide a free telephone and online therapist-guided treatment courses and referrals to help people recover and stay well.
  • Do you live in Adelaide, Canberra or North Coast NSW? NewAccess is a free and confidential service that provides support in the form of a coach. The program includes six free sessions tailored to your individual needs.
  • If you are concerned about how you are feeling and need information, advice or support call the beyondblue support line on 1300 22 4636 or make an appointment to talk to your GP.
  • Find out where to get help.
  • Depression and anxiety are common and there are treatments that work. It’s important to seek help early – the sooner you talk to someone, the sooner you will be on the road to recovery.