Mr. John harber

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What is Dysthymia?
What is Dysthymia?

Dysthymia is an affective disorder of a chronic depressive character characterized by low self-esteem, appearance of a melancholic mood, sad and distressed. It is believed that dysthymia's origin is genetic-hereditary »

Dysthymia is an affective disorder of a chronic depressive character characterized by low self-esteem, appearance of a melancholic mood, sad and distressed. It is believed that dysthymia's origin is genetic-hereditary and its development would influence psychosocial factors such as uprooting or lack of stimuli in childhood or other causes. The term was first used by James Kocsis of Cornell University..

Mr. John harber · March 14th, 2017

Mr. John harber · March 14th, 2017