I‘m Feeling Sad, and I Can’t Get Over It

Clinical depression affects more than 19 million Americans. It often goes untreated because people believe it is normal behavior, or sadly, they live under the stigma that they should “just get over it.”

Clinically, depression is often characterized by feelings of being sad, discouraged, hopeless, irritability, unmotivated, and a general lack of interest or pleasure in life. When these feelings last for a short time, it may be called a passing case of “the blues.” But it’s likely to be a depressive disorder when they last for more than two weeks and interfere

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