There is no one on the earth who has never experienced feeling down. Feeling blue or sad is a normal emotion that every human being experiences in their life. There might be a particular trigger that makes you feel blue such a break up, loss, disappointment, or other problems.
You can also feel sad from time to time, and that shouldn’t be something to worry about, as long as your sadness goes away and you can get back to your daily routines and enjoy the life again.
But what if sadness lingers and lasts longer than it’s supposed, and you still feel down and maybe even “depressed”. Does it mean you have depression? When should you be concerned about your mental health? And what is the difference between sadness and depression?
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