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Should depression that is experiencing during grief be officially classified as pathological? It appears this may occur in the future with release of DSM-5, slated for 2013.

This blog from the New York Magazine will assist you in understanding the issue.

What are your thoughts? Should depression that occurs with grief be considered pathological?

By: Jerry Adler

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