Situational depression involves symptoms of depression that are directly related to trauma or stress. It is not a recognized clinical disorder but is an informal term used to describe what may be more formally diagnosed as adjustment or situational disorder. These feelings of depression are usually triggered by a traumatic event, sudden stress, or major life change. Triggers can include such things as a serious accident, divorce, job loss, or death of a loved one.
Symptoms of situational depression include:
After a difficult life event, whether it is a change in a relationship, the loss of a job, the death of a loved one, incarceration, the stress of the situation can cause a person to display a number of responses. There are certain factors that may increase the risk of situational depression. These include:
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