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Many people may say that they are having a depression or they feel depressed. While this may be a true expression of how they feel, it may very well not be a what is understood as a clinical depression.

Clinical depression is often more severe and may include some or all of the following symptoms:

  • A persistent feeling of being sad, anxious or just a felling of an “empty” mood
  • A feeling of guilt, uselessness, worthlessness or helplessness
  • A feeling of hopelessness or pessimism regarding “everything”
  • Lack of interest or pleasure in any activities, including sex

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