Up until a couple of years ago, I thought that if you were depressed, it meant being sad all the time. Now, I know that if you have major depressive disorder (MDD), your depression comes in waves or depressive episodes.
Like right now, I’m not experiencing one but I’m still depressed because it’s a chronic condition. It can be confusing, but below you’ll find out what it’s like (for me) to experience a depressive episode. 1. My anxiety manifests as anger. I recently discovered that anxiety can manifest as anger, or in some cases, rage.
Sometimes, it’s not apparent that I’m anxious, even to me, but I realize my “check engine light” is coming on when I snap at the kids or my husband.Read more on themighty.com