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When I ﬁrst went into practice I had a rather small ofﬁce, and the lack of space meant that I always sat at my desk when I saw patients. Patients could sit facing me in a regular ofﬁce chair beside my 40 ■ symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment desk, or on a small, rather low sofa against one of the walls, also facing me but a little farther away. ) Again and again I noticed that patients who were very depressed would choose the sad little sofa and sit slumped over and sinking into the cushions. After taking antidepressants for several weeks, they sat closer, taller, and more energetically in the ofﬁce chair close to my desk.
What if she never ﬁt in? Patty felt trapped in the current situation and had some worries about the future. As adolescents often do, Patty had a very hard time seeing her current loneliness and feelings of alienation as temporary and situation-limited. Also, Patty told me she had spent the previous weekend at her grandmother’s farm in the country and it turned out that, as usual, she’d had a wonderful time. It was like a return to the carefree days of childhood, and she felt refreshed by the change in atmosphere and time away from her social pressures.
Her mother told me that Patty’s older brother had had a severe 26 ■ symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment bout of depression but was doing much better now that he was taking medication. This piece of information was a red ﬂag, and as I continued to question Patty and her mother, I felt there was a fair bit of evidence that her depression was a mood disorder but that there wasn’t quite enough evidence to start Patty on medicine—at least not yet. On one hand, she had a family history of major depression and had experienced a change in mood that seemed not to be in response to anything.