To Our Readers

For someone to encounter difficult circumstances and feel down for a while is one thing. Usually, he or she bounces back, and things return to normal. But when sadness doesn't return to gladness, there's a need and often a yearning for help, a longing to be lifted out of chronic depression.

A prevalent view among medical and psychiatric professionals is that chronic depression has biological roots, and often what they recommend as treatment is some combination of antidepressant drugs and non-drug therapies.

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