Sometimes depression can lead to poverty, but it’s also common for poverty to lead to depression. Which came first becomes irrelevant for the person suffering from both and what can be done about it becomes the more pressing issue. Ways depression can contribute to the poverty cycle: Loss of self worth and self esteem. When people are depressed they’re more likely to feel unworthy and not as apt to approach employers, counselors or family and friends for help. They may inadvertently drive people away with their negativity which contributes further to their isolation. Lack of motivation and energy. When motivation
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