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Yes, I have been diagnosed with major depressive disorder and persistent depressive disorder. I am currently in therapy, things have been getting a little better. Yes, I am a minor in high school. I wasn’t thinking right at that time, but I am not going to make any hasty decisions. Thank you so much for the reply.
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You poor, poor baby. Hang in there. Sounds as if you’ve made a good decision about therapy. Best, best wishes.
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