Dealing with depression may involve therapies in cognitive-behavior, art, music, group therapy, psychoanalysis, animal-assisted therapy and body work out. The use of drugs like the antidepressants and maintenance of a gratitude journal. Depression is a condition of low frame of mind and dislike to activity that can have an effect on a person's feelings, performance and physical comfort. For more information visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depression_%28mood%29#Treatments.
That is a very strong statement you've made with your question alone. You are doing a good job because reaching out for help and resources is the first step.Do you have an underlying diagnosis of depression? Are you taking any medications?. I could ramble on and on...If the way you feel is hindering your everyday life continue with the steps that you are taking by asking for help. Make sure it is a qualified professional so you wont be misguided. Depression is a treatable illness even though when you are in the moment it doesnt feel that way. Best of luck!
You made a strong statement in your question, you must be comfortable with reaching out to ideas. I would suggest express your emotions with someone you trust and know that all they'll do is listen. Sometimes just telling someone that you know about what's bugging you is a very helpful thing. You can also take your mind off it. Be a positive person and do things to distract you. And I know this wasn't in your question don't commit suicide. I know people that have done it and always remember that someone loves you. :)