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Advice Needed - Depressed boyfriend broke up with me tm1989 5/21/2017
Anyone come off anti-depressants only to go back on them after 5 months of stopping? Freehugs 5/17/2017
I think I must be spiralling into a depression but can't be sure LostLaw28 5/12/2017
Fatigue depression, depression fatigue KChrispcat 5/10/2017
Family alcoholism, AA, and anxiety/depression Myself 09 5/9/2017
Please help Only sign of depression is sinking/sad feeling in chest? Dog1216 5/8/2017
Is this depression, or something else ? cvoor 5/5/2017
More depressed since upping my Lexapro sylknmyst 5/3/2017
Depressive moods-Monty Python and Bhudda BnotAfraid 5/1/2017
Do I have depression? Owensboro 4/30/2017
Depressed now Ex-Girlfriend Confusion LostLaw28 4/26/2017
Handling depression in your signifcant other Penny93 4/20/2017
New to this forum worried I have depression how to cure Dog1216 4/14/2017
What are your physical signs of depression? PaulnJordansmommy2 4/9/2017
Girlfriend blames me for depression Wimbledon101 4/9/2017
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