100 Questions and Answers About Depression, Second Edition by Ava T. Albrecht, Charles Herrick

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Bipolar depression differs from major depression in that the individual has to have experienced at least one manic or hypomanic episode in his or her lifetime. Although experiencing mania or hypomania is often referred to as having mood swings, specific criteria define these mood states. Mood swings can mean many things to many people—from constant crying to episodes of irritability or anger. Recent research has also determined that the symptoms accompanying major depressive disorder may vary dramatically over time.

Free association the mental process of saying aloud whatever comes to mind, suppressing the natural tendency to censor or filter thoughts. This is a technique used in psychoanalysis and in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Unconscious an underlying motivation for behavior that is not available to the conscious or thoughtful mind, which has developed over the course of life experience. Freud, trained as a neurologist, was the first physician to develop and describe a method of therapy whereby the patient said whatever came to mind—called free association.

Indd 35 1/23/10 1:41:02 AM 100 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT DEPRESSION unhappy, and again, the idea of needing to “pull myself together” becomes part of your thinking. These thought patterns could impede initiation of treatment. With that said, sometimes when there are no obvious external stressors present, there may be “internal” ones. Perhaps you feel like a failure for not having reached certain goals. Perhaps an unrelated event has triggered fears and anxieties that now fuel a depressive episode.

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