Other Mood Disorders

There are a variety of mood disorders a person can be affected with over the course of their lifetime from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), to forms of depression such as atypical depression, catatonic and others. Learn more about the many mood disorders, causes, symptoms and treatments.

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  • Where Does Normal Mood Stop and Mood Disorder Start?
    What do we know about mood disorders and what have we yet to learn? Find out more about what it means to have a mood disorder, the associated symptoms and the questions yet to be answered.
  • Situations that Cause Depression
    The loss of a loved one, the ending of a relationship or the loss of a job or home is enough to cause anyone to experience great stress. Oftentimes these losses cause mild depression.
  • What Role do Thyroid Hormones Play in Mood Disorders?
    The thyroid gland plays a number of important roles in the body. As well as its importance in physical health, this endocrine gland is now known to be important in maintaining mental health, as there is a growing body of evidence that confirms a link between thyroid and mood disorders.
  • Help for Parents whose Children have Borderline Personality Disorder
    Borderline personality disorder parenting can be quite difficult at times, so it is imperative to find the right treatment.
  • Understanding Schizoid Personality Disorder
    Schizoid personality disorder interferes with the ability to form meaningful relationships, engage in social activities and experience pleasure by stripping the sufferer of the desire or necessary personality skills to make the basic connections to other members of society.
  • Spotlight on Substance Induced Mood Disorders
    Substance induced mood disorder (SIMD) is present only during substance use or withdrawal and can be triggered by the use or abuse of various drugs, including prescription and over the counter medicines as well as illegal drugs. Alcohol can also instigate SIMD.
  • Billy Milligan and the Multiple Personality Disorder Defense
    In the late 1970s, Billy Milligan pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity for a series of rapes committed on the Ohio State University campus. His lawyers argued that Milligan suffered from multiple personality disorder and was not criminally responsible for his actions.
  • Understanding Passive Aggressive Personality Disorder
    Although it is no longer considered to be an official diagnosis by psychiatrists, the traits of passive aggressive personality disorder can be found in various individuals. Read on for an insight into the disorder and its symptoms.
  • Understanding Sadistic Personality Disorder
    Sadistic behavior involves cruelty, intimidation, aggression and violence. Read more to learn about sadistic personality disorder and sadistic personality disorder symptoms.
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