Clinical depression and bipolar disorder can be confusing for everyone: the diagnosed person, their friends and family, and people seeking to learn more about mental health. Major Depression, Major Depressive Disorder, and bipolar disorder often have overlapping symptoms, but this is not always the case. What are the Differences Between Depression and Bipolar Disorder? Watch this video to find out!
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8 Signs of Major Depressive Disorder
Bipolar Disorder – What is it?
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