Depression

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Is Depression A Disability?

Depression, also known by the names of clinical depression and major depressive disorder, is a mental health condition that can be severely debilitating. In some cases, yes, it can even be debilitating to count as a disability. Regarding Social Security Disability benefits, the official position of the Social Security Administration is that you must be “unable to perform any kind of work that you have done previously or for which you could be retrained. This includes being

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Are Depression and Sadness the Same Thing?

Depression and sadness – what is the difference? People sometimes confuse sadness with depression. Sadness is a normal human emotion that every person will feel throughout their lifetime. It is a natural reaction to things that give us emotional pain. Like our other emotions, sadness is only temporary and will go away in time. That sadness is temporary is what separates it from depression. Depression, on the other hand, is a long-term mental health disorder.

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