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Demystifying Depression

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Demystifying Depression

Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 37

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A clinical depression can be an incapacitating illness, affecting your ability to perform tasks that require concentration and rendering you unable to work. By writing this document we hope to provide you with the knowledge everyone should have about their mental well-being.

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