The word “depressed” and its multiple variations are thrown around casually in every day conversation. Often, one will say something like “that movie was so depressing.” Sometimes, a person who is feeling blue will describe his mood as depressed, but he does not actually have Clinical Depression. Clinical Depression, also called Major Depressive Disorder, is a serious, severe psychological disorder that affects the everyday lives of many individuals. It is actually quite common as “at least 10% of people in the U.S. will experience Major Depressive Disorder at some point in their lives. Two times as many women as men experience Major Depression.” (Levinson & Nichols, 2013) Major Depressive Disorder has many different causes; it is different for every person….