Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Empowering Yourself with Depression

Why skills work better than pills

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Popping that first anti-depressant when I was around 14 years old caused mixed emotions. A part of me expected it to be like a switch that flipped and made me feel deliriously happy. Another part was wary of all the side effects the doctor had warned could make my sleeping condition worsen. On top of that had been the discussion about how it would…

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Kayla Dhankhar

Kayla Dhankhar

Life Coach, author, lifelong learner, travel enthusiast, narcolepsy advocate, living in Germany www.kayladhankhar.com and www.kaylamdouglas.com

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