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Neighborhood Depression

A unsurprising study says that where you live affects your mood.

“One of the things we tried to assess was essentially community support — to what extent people in that neighborhood turned to others for child care, other forms of assistance — and whether they socialize and know each other. And it’s clear that in these negative neighborhoods there’s this inverse relationship in terms of their various problems and lack of strong ties.”

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Posted by Will Baum, LCSW