7 thoughts on “Advice for Caregivers: How to Know if Your Senior Loved One is Depressed – By Jim Vogel

  1. I like the name of your blog. Kindness! It can help change your perspective in the real world and can make you a better person. Depression can increase negative thoughts in the brain. It all comes down to a person`s interests and physical health. Depression is quite common in seniors due to loneliness and social isolation. Mood changes do not necessarily highlights depression in seniors. But in most cases, mood swings are the symptoms of an early stage of mental illness in seniors.


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