Clinical, or major, depression is a physical disease in that the brain is physical, there is a chemical imbalance in the brain and, though it is more complicated than that, that is the difference between a social or purely emotional depression and clinical depression.

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I absolutely agree, all the other comments below are utter rubbish, I know two people who are clinically depressed, so as well as ensuring they take their medication, it is also vitally important for them to receive self esteem and self motivation training/therapy.

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So, probably what u are saying is, a clinically depressed person will be depressed even if he/she has no reason to be sad about? Is that right?

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Being depressed costs nothing.

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how long it lasts and how much it impairs your ability to function in life.

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One you can feel, and the other, some **** head that gets paid 200 dollars an hour to tell you.

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one ay be someone who doesnt know how to be happy the other may have forgoten because of chimcals they consume that destroy receptors in the brain

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It may not always depend on how your feeling but how your doctor is feeling. <br />
Perhaps it depends on the person analyzing you and how long they wish to continue analyzing you.

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Everyone gets depressed every now and then.<br />
However, those who are continually depressed (as in it never goes away or goes away for short periods) are classified as being clinically depressed.

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The Therapist charges another $30 an hour for the latter.

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You are too much.

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One goes away after a few days and the other doesn't.

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