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well, ive been reading a lot of treads and just to let you all know there is someone out there for you no matter the situation. i have told a lot of people friends,family,strangers and like with everything it all gets better with time. i have told men and they still wanna have sex its truly not the end of the world but im going to tell you my secrets lol first, if your depressed and crying and not feeling like yourself its not time to tell anybody people feed off your energy if your feeling this way that means you have not had healing time. healing time is YOU working on YOU!!!! clear your mind,body, and soul and dig deep down and find that strong person with in yourself and this is where u find peace and a peace of mind and start to experience what the real meaning of just living your life under your terms with that said always remember GOD will not give you something u could not handle that alone should tell you how strong you are. i hope my thoughts and words help someone even if its just one that alone just makes my day!!!!! WE ARE TO BLESSED TO BE STRESSED take care

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Yeah. I really think that God would not have given us this problem if he doesn't think that we are strong enough to overcome this. Depression is really normal but I think it should be only within the first few months/years of having it. There are far worse disease and conditions that we could have gotten so I think about that during the times that my outbreaks are painful.

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