Why High-Functioning Depression Isn’t What People Can See

High-Functioning Depression When I was 17, doctors told me I had dysthymic depression and borderline personality disorder. That was 5 years ago. I still go to therapy, and in the last few years I’ve learnt to manage my mental illness a lot better than I used to. My psychiatrist calls me ‘high-functioning’. She also says … Continue reading Why High-Functioning Depression Isn’t What People Can See