What is the difference between having a short-term, emotional crisis, an adjustment disorder, and long-term clinical depression? Well, in the hands of a sloppy mental health professional, the answer might be “nothing” — all three might be diagnosed as “major depression.” But is this really …

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Assessing Depression in the Context of Life

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  1. all i know is that you can never go to sleep feeling well then wake up depressed, something must happen first!! depression never come from within, thanks for the post

  2. great article as always.

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