There are many stages of depression.
In many respects, when the worst has gone, when a depressed individual is better, but not completely well, the most awkward stage of depression is. Our thinking about this stage is stunned by the ongoing dominance of the depression disease phase. Depression is the disease in complete bloom, the acute phase, first and foremost. But when depression is in its twilight, it’s a kind of conceptual limbo when it slowly fades into a normal poor mood.