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A friend of mine is unable to focus on work as he had a terrible divorce and it's been months now. Is this a passing sadness and really a sign of depression?

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If he has had a great relation, the past will keep him haunted because he is ought to miss those times. When such things happen, people don’t just move on or get over, they change big time. This change is difficult to accept because their lifestyle, habits, and personality is shaped in a way that they depend, on their loved ones. There is a thin line between an awful amount of sadness and depression. I am guessing you friend is still not ready to accept the change. He could use a therapy to try and feel better.

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