Grouchy, angry, irritable and depressed: these are the hard cases, says study – latimes.com

After languishing for years in the shadows of psychiatry’s definition of adult depression, irritability is finally getting some respect again. It’s about damned time, you might say.

A new study has found that people suffering a major depressive episode who report they have become grouchy, hostile, grumpy, argumentative, foul-tempered or angry will likely have a "more complex, chronic and severe form" of major depressive disorder than those who do not acknowledge irritable feelings and behavior.

via Grouchy, angry, irritable and depressed: these are the hard cases, says study – latimes.com.

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