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Depression in any age group is always dangerous. It can spoil the rest of your life and that time of life for sure. One should take the negative things also very positive in order to be far away from the depression.
Great article! Depression is generally ignored and that’s the wrongest decision one person can make. Depression is an illness that can be lethal if it’s not treated.
Thanks for highlighting this issue which will effecting anybody at any time of life. And also thanks for the very effective points to identifying this problem
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