Depression is a disorder rampant world over. One would believe that they have all the information about this mental disorder. Surprisingly, there are still many areas of depression that are not well understood. Many resources only list the symptoms of depression. People who talk about depression often see someone sleeping in bed, without energy or motivation. Fatigue is one sign of depression. However, it’s not the only indicator. When you fall into depression, there are subtle personality changes that can occur.
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