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Feeling Empty (After a Win) Is a Sign You’re About to Level Up

Reframe a possible sign of depression to motivate you to go further

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Feeling “empty” after winning or achieving a goal is commonly tagged as a sign of depression, but it could be a sign that you’re about to level up.




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RJ Reyes

RJ Reyes

I write about insights drawn from the life of a father, full-time employee, digital artist and a newbie writer.

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