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7 Things You Didn’t Realize You Were Doing Because You Grew Up With Depression As A Teen

If you’re finding that you’re having trouble concentrating in class and remembering things that happened earlier in the day, you should discuss this with your doctor, as it can be an indicator of depression.
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