We all struggle with the stresses and strains of life from time to time - and as Depression Awareness Week draws to a close, it's worth noting that more practical tips and professional advice is available online whenever you need it.
New online community Black Dog Tribe is also inviting users to submit experiences and insights into depression via blogs, forum posts, poems, essays, videos and tweets.
Dr Tim Anstiss, a medical doctor trained in cognitive behavioural therapy, interpersonal therapy, motivational interviewing and positive psychology will be working with Black Dog Tribe for an hour each day to offer users online advice and encouragement. He will be joined by a number of celebrity guests during the week, all of who have suffered from depression and are determined to tackle the stigma associated with it.
"The aim is to help anyone who believes they may be suffering from depression or excessive stress to open up and talk to people that have already experienced it," said Ruby Wax, a co-founder of the Black Dog Tribe site.