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An overwhelming number of...
Quote: Klaus Schwab Depression An overwhelming number of economists, international civil servants, and policy-makers argue that a fragmentation of the Eurozone would cause a new depression and massive wealth destruction around the world. It would also end the period of economic integration that has characterized world politics since the end of the Cold War. Klaus Schwab Depression
The truth is that...
Quote: Julianna Baggott Depression The truth is that for those 86 long years when the Red Sox went without a World Series win, fans were not only in a recession, but trapped in a longstanding, deeply entrenched sports depression. Julianna Baggott Depression
Declines in specific industries...
Quote: Murray Rothbard Depression Declines in specific industries can never ignite a general depression. Shifts in data will cause increases in activity in one field, declines in another. Murray Rothbard Depression
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We have had a...
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Stasis is something that...
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Reporters now are better...
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I probably suffered with...
Quote: James Arthur Depression I probably suffered with depression. James Arthur Depression
Often, when you're growing...
Quote: Katherine Langford Depression Often, when you're growing up, you don't know what's wrong. We don't talk openly enough about mental illness. How do you know - especially today with the incredibly high stress teens are put under during high school - if you have depression or if you have a mental illness or if you have anxiety? You don't know, because you've never seen it. Katherine Langford Depression

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The Depression was an...
Quote: Ben Bernanke Depression The Depression was an incredibly dramatic episode - an era of stock-market crashes, breadlines, bank runs and wild currency speculation, with the storm clouds of war gathering ominously in the background... For my money, few periods are so replete with human interest. Ben Bernanke Depression
The culture is going...
Quote: James Hillman Depression The culture is going into a psychological depression. We are concerned about our place in the world, about being competitive: Will my children have as much as I have? Will I ever own my own home? How can I pay for a new car? Are immigrants taking away my white world? James Hillman Depression
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Quote: Conor Oberst Depression I think there's a danger, for me at least, in retreating and going inward and depression. I have to stay diligent against that tendency. Conor Oberst Depression
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Quote: Adam Ant Depression Creative people are more prone to depression. Adam Ant Depression
The truth is that...
Quote: Lindsey Stirling Depression The truth is that several years ago, I suffered from depression. And I remember during this time, I basically fell into this hole where my life became cold, and it became gray, and I lost sight of everything that was important to me. Lindsey Stirling Depression
'Melancholy' is prettier than...
Quote: Margo Jefferson Depression 'Melancholy' is prettier than 'depression'; it connotes a kind of nocturnal grace. Makes one feel more innocently beleaguered. Margo Jefferson Depression
Substandard housing was a...
Quote: Matthew Desmond Depression Substandard housing was a blow to your psychological health, not only because things like dampness, mold, and overcrowding could bring about depression but also because of what living in awful conditions told you about yourself. Matthew Desmond Depression
The panic of the...
Quote: Emanuel Celler Depression The panic of the Depression loosened my inhibitions against being different. I could be myself. Emanuel Celler Depression

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As I kept having...
Quote: Spike Milligan Depression As I kept having episodes of depression, I realized that it was not a one-off: that I had, well, not a disease, really - more an illness. Spike Milligan Depression
So people have been...
Quote: Harry Reid Depression So people have been hurting and I understand that. And it doesn't give them comfort or solace for me to tell them, you know, but for me, we would be in a worldwide depression. Harry Reid Depression
There's a tendency to...
Quote: David Hepworth Depression There's a tendency to locate the cliche of the 'strong woman' exclusively in the present day, as if those many women who endured such inconveniences as the Depression and the Second World War were porcelain compared to, say, Amy Schumer. David Hepworth Depression
I want to help...
Quote: Tom Bosley Depression I want to help people with depression understand that there is hope, so that they can get the help they need to live rich, fulfilling lives. Tom Bosley Depression
My parents were born...
Quote: Janet Yellen Depression My parents were born in 1906 and 1907. I think the experience of the Depression greatly influenced the way they thought about the world. Janet Yellen Depression
After the Great Depression...
Quote: Russ Carnahan Depression After the Great Depression and after public urging, a nationwide public competition was held to determine a design for a memorial that would honor President Thomas Jefferson's bold vision for westward expansion for America. Russ Carnahan Depression
The greatest benefit of...
Quote: Dick Cavett Depression The greatest benefit of depression is the fact that when I have talked about it, every so often someone comes up and says, 'You saved my dad's life.' Dick Cavett Depression
Sufferers of depression have...
Quote: Michael Redhill Depression Sufferers of depression have 'episodes' the same way those who suffer from multiple sclerosis do. It comes, wipes the floor with you, and then somehow returns you to the world. But it comes back. Michael Redhill Depression
I wasn't creative when...
Quote: Shawn Colvin Depression I wasn't creative when I was depressed. When my depression got treated, I was creative again. Shawn Colvin Depression
I don't think I...
Quote: Michael Ian Black Depression I don't think I was awake for much of my childhood. I did a lot of napping. This might have been a defensive measure against encroaching depression. Until about the age of eleven or twelve, I had zero interests other than trying to steal gumballs from supermarket gumball machines. Michael Ian Black Depression

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