The Lily Program® ~ An Individualized Mental Health Program For Women

Take a Depression Self Test
For the most accurate results, please answer each of the following questions as truthfully as possible:

Am I depressed?

This brief depression self-test provides a general assessment of where you might be emotionally and can help you to decide whether you could benefit from treatment.

For the most accurate results, please answer each of the following questions as truthfully as possible:

1. Are you experiencing increased sadness, unhappiness, anxiety, feelings of despair and hopelessness?
2. Are you easily irritated, frustrated, and intolerable of things would not typically bother you?
3. Are you struggling with low self-esteem, feeling worthless or inadequate, or a loss of self-confidence?
4. Do you often experience negative, pessimistic thinking and are unable to see anything good in self, circumstances, or future?
5. Do you feel you are lacking passion, energy and/or enthusiasm?
6. Do you have little interest in life and a feeling of aliveness?
7. Are you experiencing suicidal thoughts?
8. Are you unable to concentrate or having memory difficulties?
9. Are you struggling with sleeping difficulties, insomnia, restless sleep, or sleeping too much?
10. Are you experiencing changes in appetite, either eating more or eating less than normal?
11. Inability to work or finish anything started?
12. Have you lost your interest in exercise or being active?
13. Are you experiencing relationship difficulties?
14. Feeling very emotional, sensitive, and/or crying easily?
15. Are you experiencing hallucinations (Hearing voices, seeing yourself hurt or killed) or paranoid ideas (People are talking about me)?
16. Are you feeling overwhelmed and having difficulty making decisions?
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