Speak with your counseler. Depression never just "goes away". It's important you get help- whether it's talking with a friendly ear or medication. Good luck honey and know there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Have you been feeling this way for 2 weeks or longer? If so, you need to talk to someone (an adult) you trust and ask them to help you seek help. You should find a doctor that you trust that will work with you giving you "talk therapy." Medication may also be an option for you, as it has helped millions of people. But you must have therapy along with that. Medicine alone is no way to treat it. Remember, the main thing is to understand that you are not alone: SO MANY people suffer from this debilitating SETBACK and that it is REAL. Also, make sure that you don't ignore it. SEEK HELP sooner rather than later. Okay? Good Luck and God Bless!!
The worst thing about depression is that it makes its victims withdraw and lapse into inactivity. A person has to get going again and begin to help other people, going to work, or doing anything other than sitting around. Becoming active is a key remedy for depression. Depression can also be caused by a dietary deficiency so diet and exercise are a key to getting relief. Concentrate on eating nutritious foods, take heavy doses of therapeutic vitamins and minerals, and begin vigorous walking or other exercises. If you don't want to involve your parents you will need to reach out for the help and support of friends. Be frank about your problem; say, "I am terribly depressed. Will you please come and be with me? Try to open up to other people and draw them in.
You are very beautiful inside and out! Talk to friends. It helps! And you don't need a boyfriend to get over depression. I'm going through it too! Not so fun. I really think that if you end up having thoughts of suicide, you should get your parents.