I would like to think I am not the only one with this issue. However, I come here to ask how many of you can relate to this. Many times, and I do mean many, I get depressed and I don't know why I am depressed. Someone told me that as long as I didn't know what is causing me to depressed I couldn't fix what was causing the depression. I agree with this and I wish I did know all the time but I don't. They have a hard time believing any one can be depressed and not know why they are. They think if that is the case it is because of all the meds I take. I disagree with that because I did this before meds. I think it's because I learned at an early age to turn my feelings off. Now I'm older and have a hard time connecting to them. Does any of this make sense?
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