The Overlooked Face of Depression | NewHarbinger.com

By Margaret Robinson Rutherford, PhD, author of Perfectly Hidden Depression In 2014, as I approached writing my weekly blog post, I decided to describe some of my patients who, when first seen, didn’t seem melancholy, agitated, or even sad. They were highly engaged with life and appeared very successful, expressing uncertainty and even guilt about coming to therapy.
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