Depression involves much more than just feeling “down” or sad. Depression can affect every aspect of someone’s life, from quality of sleep to relationships to job responsibilities. It can be hard for people to deal with this mental illness on their own; but with the right knowledge and treatment, recovery is possible for anyone who is struggling.
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