Blue world

  • Health
  • Sunday, 30 Sep 2012

Depression is more than just sadness, and often impairs daily functioning to such an extent that the individual can be a danger to himself.

FEELING “blue”, down or sad from time to time is normal and a part of life. Everyone has their good days and bad days, which elicit associated emotions and affect our mood.

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