What if I told you that 350 million people worldwide were afflicted with an illness that can significantly compromise their quality of life? What if this disease could leave them tired, drained, achy, irritable, apathetic, restless, hopeless and even at risk of losing their life? What if it made people feel like they had no purpose, undermined their goals and diminished their motivation? What if the people suffering were parents, grandparents, spouses, partners, teens or, more and more often, children? The reality is that this epidemic exists in the form of depression.