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Also: worthless, pathetic, alone, misunderstood, a nobody... What depression really feels like. Not just being sad. http://www.ourmindandbody/depression/destroy-depression/

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Depression: To all those who struggle in silence, to all those who live with the pain, to all those who hear depressions screaming whispers, you are not alone, I care.

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You don't need drugs in your life to get rid of depression and anxiety...you need Allah!! When you sincerely believe in HIM alone...the One true Creator, only then will you find the peace you're looking for :)

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from HubPages

my daughter has ADHD, ODD, Anxiety, Learning Disorders, OCD, anger issues, socialization problems, sensory Integration issues, and I think she's depressed sometimes. she gets bullied at school as well, and no adults seem to ever see or hear anything.

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from Grace IS Sufficient - Chronic Illness

When your Chronic Illness Triggers Depression ~ You’re not Alone! It is Estimated that One-Third of Patients with a Chronic Illness also Receive another Diagnosis of a Mood Disorder such as Anxiety or Depression.

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blood depressed depression sad anxiety alone Scared self harm self hate cut cutter cutting cuts strong anorexic thighs scars Weak wrist razor scarred blade self mutiltion

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I get upset easily, I get anxiety easily, I get depressed easily, I get too attached easily, I push myself away too fast, I worry to much, I cry alone too often, I hate myself more every day.

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OCD: blogs and stories. Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder where unwanted thoughts, urges and repetitive activities become an obstacle to living life as you want to. People who experience OCD often try to cope until they can’t hide the symptoms any longer. This can make them feel very alone and make overcoming the OCD more difficult.

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from BuzzFeed

Los Angeles–based photographer Samantha Geballe has made an honest and deeply emotional series of self-portraits that express the anxiety about and acceptance of her body.

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