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    • Bethany Wilcox

      Depression to a t. It's not always being depressed, more a break from feeling anything. Depression doesn't = sadness, it = numbness

    • kristy hooper

      It's a numbness... You stare off and can't feel a single thing. It's the thought of, " oh this again.. Here we go" I hate it too..

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