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Re: Why is anhedonia regarded as a part of depress Onestone

Posted by SLS on March 30, 2009, at 15:34:35

In reply to Re: Why is anhedonia regarded as a part of depress, posted by Onestone on March 30, 2009, at 9:10:03

Have you ever thought that you might be suffering from dysthymia rather than depression? Anhedonia is certainly a potential feature of dysthymia, and you would not experience the other features of Major Depressive Disorder.

- Scott




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