Weekly Horoscope Sunday, November 17 to Saturday, November 23, 2019

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All Signs

This week two major changes are happening: Mars moves into Scorpio to stay for six weeks; and the Sun moves into Sagittarius to stay for four weeks. Meanwhile, news that will please everyone is that on Wednesday the 20th, Mercury retrograde is over! Yay! Please note: The “shadow” of this retrograde lingers until Dec 8th, which means if you’re buying a big-ticket item like a car, truck, bike, cell phone or computer – wait until after that date. Nevertheless, transportation delays and goofy errors will lessen. On the other hand, for maximum spotlight attention, nothing beats a big mistake!

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Pack your bags because in the next four weeks, you want to get outta Dodge. You need a change of scenery and you want adventure! Please do yourself a favour and do anything to expand your experience of this world. If you can’t travel, then…

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What is depression? By The NHS

Everyone has spells of feeling down, but depression is more than just spending a few days feeling sad or unhappy. Depression can make you feel persistently sad and down for weeks or months at a time.

While some people believe that depression is trivial or not a genuine health problem, it’s actually a real condition that affects around one in 10 people over the course of their lives. It impacts people of all genders and ages – including children. Studies show that around 4% of children in the UK between the ages of five and 16 are depressed or anxious.

With the right support and treatment, most people recover fully from depression.

Do I have depression?

Depression has a range of different symptoms, and it can affect everybody differently. The symptoms include feeling very tearful, feeling hopelessness and sadness, and losing interest in things you enjoyed before. It’s also common for people with depression to have symptoms of anxiety.

Physical symptoms happen with depression too – these can include feeling tired all the time, getting poor sleep, losing your sex drive, losing your appetite, and feeling aches and pains.

If the symptoms are mild, you might simply experience a persistent low mood. It’s common to feel stressed, sad or anxious during difficult times in your life, and a low mood can get better after a short time, rather than being a symptom of depression.

Learn more about low mood and depression here.

Severe symptoms of depression can make people feel suicidal

READ MORE HERE: https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/mental-health/depression