Formerly depressed patients continue to focus on negative

New Research Alert! Did you know that people who’ve battled depression might spend more time dwelling on the negative even after recovery? A recent study in the Journal of Psychopathology and Clinical Science sheds light on this important topic.

Major depression affects many in the US and over 50% of those who’ve recovered experience relapse.

Researchers found that individuals with a history of depression tend to process negative info more than positive, putting them at higher risk of relapse. This discovery opens doors to improved treatments and prevention strategies.

Let’s share this knowledge to support each other on the path to lasting well-being!

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