Our expert says:
Depression happens to the best of us ( and not often enough to the wost of us ! ) - sometimes there are obvious external causes apparent within our lives, often it arises for chemical reasons and with no apparent explanation.
It would be best to see a good local shrink mor at least a good GP ( maybe there's someone in student health ? ) for an assessment. This could all be a reaction to the various strsses and losses min your life recently, and could respond well to basic counselling. If it is indeed Depression, then counselling of the CBT format could also relieve it, as could the careful use of some antidepressant medications. You can, with the right help, recover your coping skills.
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