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The Mistake That Brought Back My Depression

Exercise helped me out of depression, but then I started taking it for granted.

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Treating Depression With Medication

I’ve been dealing with depression for over half of my life. The first occurrence came all the way back in high school. I had started feeling miserable for no apparent reason…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Benya Clark

Benya Clark

I’m a lawyer and teacher from North Carolina. I write about sobriety, mental health, running, and more. Buy me a “coffee” at ko-fi.com/benyaclark.

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