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The 4 Steps I’ve Learned About Tackling Depression

The idle mind is the devil’s playground.

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For the last month, depression has held me hostage and left me unable to write or have any desire to look for work.

We all hear and read so many reasons we are depressed; it can just become overwhelming. Like: You didn’t eat the right food. You didn’t exercise enough. You just need to

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