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What to read when you’re depressed

When that chemical imbalance acts up, these are books to soothe.

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Hi, my name is Emma and I have depression. I always have. I was diagnosed with clinical depression at eleven, but it existed in me long before my mother took me to the doctor to treat the mental illness she so kindly passed down to me. I’ve been lucky; it didn’t take me long to find the right…




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