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Depression and anxiety Hateanxiety 8/22/2017
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2nd time boyfriend wants to breakup while depressed KittyJ 8/13/2017
Depression/ Derealization (if you can call it that, unsure) Priusboy 8/11/2017
Waves of Depression Ox123 8/11/2017
resistant depression helpmeplease100 8/7/2017
Severe depression Itzel Town 8/6/2017
Summertime SAD explanation. GnuUser1 8/5/2017
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Heartbroken, relationship ended because a depression tracy458 7/30/2017
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Depressed boyfriend broke up with me Bbdavis 7/17/2017
No good value in a depressed life SuperMarioGamer 7/17/2017
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