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Chapter 7: Additional Psychiatric Disorders and Severely Distressed Close Relationships Associated with Depression

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Additional Psychiatric Disorders and Severely Distressed Close Relationships Associated with Depression
Additional psychiatric disorders and severely distressed close relationships associated with depression
Overview

In this chapter, we focus on two examples of “psychiatric comorbid conditions” that are frequently associated with depression. These examples are the association of anxiety disorders and alcohol abuse with depression. Many additional psychiatric disorders are often associated with depression, but a discussion of all of them would be far beyond the scope of this book. We also discuss the association of severe problems in close relationships with depression. DSM-IV-TR (American Psychiatric Association, 2000a) Axis I psychiatric disorders do not include “severe problems with close relationships,” but this is an important problem area that is frequently associated with depression. We thought that a brief ...

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