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Individual differences |
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- Early experiences - Events such as the death of a parent, abandonment or rejection, neglect, chronic illness, and physical, psychological, or sexual abuse can also increase the likelihood of depression later in life. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) includes depression as one of its major symptoms.
- Main article: Early life experience and depression
- Family relationships - Those living with someone suffering from depression experience increased anxiety and life disruption, increasing the possibility of also becoming depressed.
- Main article: Family relationships and depression
Key Texts – BooksEdit
Holmes, J (2002). Depression (Ideas in Psychoanalysis Series.)Icon Books Ltd.ISBN 1840463791
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