In this latest post for Clutch Magazine, The Snob writes about the signs of clinical depression. It's more than just the blues and it's not simply about changing your mind. Not when the problem is your mind: "I thought to be sad all the time was a personal weakness. I thought I could just will depression away, force myself to focus on work or happy thoughts, and those dark, scary moments couldn’t get me. What I didn’t understand was this was no longer an “emotional” issue for me. It was chemical. I’d been depressed for so long that my brain no longer could make or receive the chemical serotonin in a normal capacity. You can’t will away a serotonin imbalance anymore than you can will away Diabetes. You have to fight it. But the first step is realizing you have something to fight at all."