Resources: Depression and Mood
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Depression is the experience of a psychological distance from the feeling of life. It is often accompanied with the following symptoms: Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed; Trouble sleeping or sleeping too much; Loss of energy or increased fatigue; Feeling worthless or guilty; and more.
The Public Health Agency of Canada’s Depression page: information about depression and a set of additional useful links.
Very Well Mind on Depression: general information about depression, as well as links to several blog posts.
Bookshelf: List of recommend books related to depression
Autism and Depression: Treatment suggestions for overlapping autism and depression.
Neuroscience of Depression
Your Brain on Depression: This article and video highlights a non-deterministic approach to understanding depression.
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