Is it Time to Get Help for Your Depression?

Determining if you’re one of the 14.8 million U.S. adults suffering from major depressive disorder can be confusing. If you think you might be living with depression, we can help. Take the first step by completing this anonymous survey.

Instructions: Respond to each question with the letter that best reflects how you feel.

A. Little of the time

B. Some of the time

C. Good part of the time

D. Most of the time

I feel hopeful about my future.
I find it easy to make decisions.
I feel I am useful and needed.
I still enjoy the things I used to do.
My surroundings interest me.
I feel as attractive as I used to.
My mind is as clear as it used to be.
I feel discouraged and blue.
I have had trouble sleeping lately.
My appetite is worse than usual.
I am less interested in sex.
I have constipation/diarrhea.
I feel physically tired often.
My heart beats rapidly.
I have headaches more often.
I am more irritable than usual.
Others would be better off if I died.
I worry about my health.
I break into tears easily.
I blame myself for things.