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When I diagnose my...
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If you have a...
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I was born in...
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Recovery measures work better...
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Maybe there's a perception...
Quote: Paul Merton Depression Maybe there's a perception of me as grumpy old bugger who suffers from depression. It's a total misconception. I don't think of myself as any grumpier than the next person. I'm not even grumpy first thing in the morning. Paul Merton Depression
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I don't think I...
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I do a lot...
Quote: Gail Simone Depression I do a lot of book signings and conventions every year, and I meet a great many readers who are struggling... they're working through illness, injury, addiction, depression, grief, or some other trauma. It seems to me that there's a lot of heroism in fighting those things as well, as best you can. Gail Simone Depression
Thus, the use of...
Quote: Carroll Quigley Depression Thus, the use of fiat money is more justifiable in financing a depression than in financing a war. Carroll Quigley Depression
As we consider the...
Quote: Tony Campolo Depression As we consider the causes of depression, those of us in the church must face the ways we might be responsible for creating it. Tony Campolo Depression
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There is enormous shame...
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One of the things...
Quote: Andrew Solomon Depression One of the things that frequently gets lost in descriptions of depression is that the depressed person often knows that it is a ludicrous condition to feel so disabled by the ordinary business of quotidian life. Andrew Solomon Depression
I don't think actors...
Quote: June Whitfield Depression I don't think actors are any more prone to depression than anyone else. June Whitfield Depression
I don't know why...
Quote: Ben Bernanke Depression I don't know why there aren't more Depression buffs. Ben Bernanke Depression
I personally dealt with...
Quote: Miles Heizer Depression I personally dealt with a lot of depression and anxiety in my life. Miles Heizer Depression
I actually did go...
Quote: Felicia Day Depression I actually did go through severe depression and anxiety attacks where I couldn't sleep for weeks. It was definitely several months of being not myself. Felicia Day Depression

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I grew up in...
Quote: Wayne Dyer Depression I grew up in an era of pretty severe poverty. My parents weathered the Great Depression, and money was always a very big concern. I was weaned on a shortage mentality and placed in foster homes largely because there simply wasn't enough money to take care of the most basic of needs. Wayne Dyer Depression
A lot of followers...
Quote: Cameron Dallas Depression A lot of followers would tell me, 'You've helped me through my depression or helped me stop cutting.' Something as easy as posting a video keeps them happy, or talking to them on Twitter helps them realize that what they're going through is temporary. Cameron Dallas Depression
Understanding the true causes...
Quote: Thomas Woods Depression Understanding the true causes of the Depression, as well as the real economic record of the United States in the 1930s, is an essential ingredient in anyone's economic and historical education. Thomas Woods Depression
There were nine children...
Quote: Cheryl Ladd Depression There were nine children in my father's family and eight in my mother's. My grandparents did the best with what they had. After the Depression, they were scratching out a living and working hard. They kept the family going. Cheryl Ladd Depression
I was depressed for...
Quote: Adrien Brody Depression I was depressed for a year after 'The Pianist,' and I don't suffer from that, generally. It wasn't just a depression; it was a mourning. Adrien Brody Depression
Reagonomics - a blend...
Quote: Murray Rothbard Depression Reagonomics - a blend of monetarism and fiscal Keynesianism swathed in classical liberal and supply-side rhetoric - is in no way going to solve the problem of inflationary depression or of the business cycle. Murray Rothbard Depression
The anxiety phase of...
Quote: Andrew Solomon Depression The anxiety phase of my first depression lasted six months. It was incredibly paralyzing. Andrew Solomon Depression
The Great Depression of...
Quote: Helen Fisher Depression The Great Depression of the 1930s saw more American unmarried women working from nine to five, mostly in repetitive, boring, subordinate, dead-end jobs. But the number of working women doubled between 1870 and 1940. During World War II it doubled once again. Helen Fisher Depression
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Quote: Amy Grant Depression I never thought getting older would be so great. But when it comes to depression, I have experienced less the older I've gotten. Amy Grant Depression
They say that it's...
Quote: Lauren Wasser Depression They say that it's rare, and for the longest time, I felt alone being a victim of TSS. It not only left physical wounds but mental ones. I battled PTSD and fell into a dark depression after what happened. I melted into my bed, and life just sort of stopped. Lauren Wasser Depression

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