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Depression at Night

Why do I get depressed at night

Depression at Night

Why do I get depressed at night? Featuring a Newsweek Article

While sadness is a common emotion we all experience from time to time, depression can sometimes take on a life of its own, especially at night.  Read an article from Newsweek by Aristos Georgiou (5/20/22) to explain why many people report their depression symptoms worsening at nighttime and why therapy can help you manage and understand those symptoms.

Suppose depression is getting in the way of every life, such as relationships and work. In that case, you and a Move Forward Counseling therapist can work towards replacing negative and irrational thoughts with a healthy and adaptive thought process, ending the depression cycle.  Learn more or schedule a consultation.  We offer in-person, hybrid, and online therapy across PA.


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