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Can judging people and hateful thoughts about people come with depression?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry

In brief: Possibly

Some people dwell on hateful thoughts or judge others without any type of depression.
However, with depression, one can become more negative, pessimistic, angry or irritable. If that is the case, get help.

In brief: Possibly

Some people dwell on hateful thoughts or judge others without any type of depression.
However, with depression, one can become more negative, pessimistic, angry or irritable. If that is the case, get help.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Barbara Lavi
Clinical Psychology

In brief: You may be more

Sensitive when you are depressed, so that people's behavior may bother you more.
Often however, depression is anger turned inward, not on others. Speak to a therapist about your feelings and you will find ways to manage them better and overcome your depression. Good luck and let us know how this goes.

In brief: You may be more

Sensitive when you are depressed, so that people's behavior may bother you more.
Often however, depression is anger turned inward, not on others. Speak to a therapist about your feelings and you will find ways to manage them better and overcome your depression. Good luck and let us know how this goes.
Dr. Barbara Lavi
Dr. Barbara Lavi
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