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Why People Get Depressed on Their Birthday

Some are more predisposed to it than others; but it’s a natural and fairly common phenomenon

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I generally dislike my birthday. It’s good, insofar as I turn a year older. I have a plan, you see. I love the number 51, so I’m going to get to 51, and then just stop aging. The specifics have yet to be worked out, but mulling over…

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