a haze of depression

  • arundhati

    Senior Member
    French - France
    I'm tempted to return the question back: don't you think depression makes you confused?
    I think it doesn't mean anything else here, confusion sounds natural in that case.


    Senior Member
    English - South-East England
    A haze is not a daze; a haze is a mist. In a (psychological) haze, you're not confusing different things, you're just unable to 'see'/understand/appreciate them very well.


    Senior Member
    It is an image. Look at the first meaning of 'haze' - you can't see clearly in a fog, everything is blurry. That may lead to confusion, yes, but they are talking about the 'foggy' kind of haze.
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