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Discussion Question Two 2 Discussion Question Two What is an example of a mood disorder? How does this mood disorder impact daily functioning? Main depressive illness, known as clinical depression or major depression, is thought to be a psychological condition which includes a lengthy period of unhappiness. This type of depression is shown as a kind of indications which basically decreases an individual's capability to work properly (Hansell & Damour, 2008). It might just happen for a short period throughout one’s existence, but it's generally repeated. Depression often-times can make the sufferer’s existence almost intolerable. It must be observed, however, that the signs of depression aren't always made up of similar indications; basically, the regularity, intensity, and period of indications differs and are dependent on the person.
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Unformatted text preview: This type of mood illness has the capacity to influence daily working in a bad way. This illness is actually in my family, and from my experience, I've discovered that it may get people to feel anxious or unhappy for a long time, feeling blameworthy and eager, having thoughts of suicide, being sensitive or bad-tempered, fatigue or difficulty concentrating and/or resting, physical ailments (pains and aches), and having a lack of fascination with things which were pleasurable previously. As a result, major depressive disorder is considered to be a psychological sickness which involves thoughts of unhappiness and withdrawal. Fortunately there has been a great deal of analysis in this field that has led to the development of helpful and useful treatments and medicines to assist in treating individuals who suffer from this painful sickness (Hansell & Damour, 2008)....
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  • Spring '13
  • ThomMote
  • Mood Disorder, Major depressive disorder, Seasonal affective disorder

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