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From: Times of India

Depression linked to negative thoughts

Times of India:

A new study has revealed that people suffering from depression get stuck on bad thoughts because they’re unable to turn their attention away.

Such people keep brooding over a fight with a friend, a divorce or the loss of a parent. Though a majority of the population is able to pull out of the negative thoughts caused by these situations, some fail to do so.

This leads them to develop major depression.

“They basically get stuck in a mindset where they relive what happened to them over and over again,” said Jutta Joormann of the University of Miami.

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