I recently completed my medical declaration, and there was a question which asked if you have been 'investigated for' (I think was the phrase) or diagnosed with depression. A few months back I went to see my GP as I thought I might have depression, as had been feeling low for a few months due to a relative passing away in a peculiar way, underperformance in my degree, and some relationship issues. He asked me a bunch of questions which made it sound like I didn't really have depression, and gave me a self-assessment and workbook. The score on the self-assessment put me far away from having depression, and so I wasn't diagnosed with anything, and really it was probably me taking a 'better safe than sorry' attitude as I tend to with medical things. I've certainly never contemplated self-harm, harming others, lashing out or anything like that. The only reason I ticked yes is because I know the visit to the GP will be on my medical records. Is this going to be a write-off for joining the TA? I know the role I'm looking at will require DV (which I have held twice previously and prior to the GP visit without any issues) which is another hurdle to explain it.