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Old 09-08-2019, 04:59 PM   #1
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I score 68 on the depression test. It tells me that I maybe severely depressed. I truly believe that I may be severely depressed based on how I been feeling in the past two years. I start asking myself would I still be depressed if I lived in a mansion and had lots of money vs being poor?.
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Thanks for sharing your score. Yes, I presume I'd be more upbeat if I had oodles of money too. But who knows. Maybe not. Anyway... hope you begin to feel better soon despite having no mansion & no money...
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Thanks for replying back to me. I keep watching self help video! I look up positive quotes for inspiration. Sometimes I wondered if I am getting more depressed every day?
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