What If

What If

A depressed patient shows all kinds of inactivity while spending every day. He holds self-doubt. He cannot eat or sleep well. He is afraid of social contact. He is even forced to do the things he loved the most once by the depression. If he continues to be alone, he will be more self-defeating.

However, if someone can stay with him, the situation will be different. Companionship will be the light shining his life, which helps him to face his life actively. Companionship allows him to take medicine on time, encouragement makes him try to fall asleep and eat properly and a smile inspires him to face his friends bravely. Companionship is not an official method of cure for depression, but it may be the best thing that people around depressed patients can do.

Directed by Hao Zhenjia (China)

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