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Disappointment and Depression, Similar Yet Different


Disappointment and depression often appear to be extremely similar. Indeed, in both states, you experience pain, apathy, fatigue, disappointment, etc. However, they’re actually very different. There’s simple scientific evidence in support of this fact. Nevertheless, many people suffer disappointment, often taking it for granted that they’re experiencing a mood disorder. Obviously, depression should never be completely ruled out. However, it’s a multifactorial and far more complex phenomenon than disappointment. Feeling disappointed means that there’s a blow to your expectations. Although it’s painful, it tends to refer to specific moments in time. Disappointment is also a way of learning. If you experience disappointment after…

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Chantal Maille
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