Understanding the Link Between Depression and Repressed Anger

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On ‘What’s Trending,’ hosts Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, and guest therapist Ryan Heapy discuss the differences between sadness and clinical depression.

Sadness vs. Depression

Sadness is a normal, temporary emotion that we can healthily process, while depression involves persistent negative feelings and often a difficulty coping.

The Role of Repressed Anger

Turning anger inward towards ourselves, instead of addressing its cause, can contribute to depression.

The Importance of Processing Emotions

It’s important to find healthy ways to process difficult emotions like sadness, anger, or disappointment to support our mental well-being.

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