Clinically depressed people have a hard time telling the difference between negative emotions such as anger, guilt, and sadness, a new study shows.
“It is difficult to improve your life without knowing whether you are sad or angry,” says University of Michigan psychologist Emre Demiralp.
“Imagine not having a gauge independently indicating the gasoline level of your car. It would be challenging to know when to stop for gas.”
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