I feel a bit different from most. My depression is hereditary, but also somewhat situational. My oldest son (4) has always been a challenge. We have gotten a diagnosis of ADHD, but now, as we look into meds, the psychiatrist is looking into an anxiety disorder as well. Being a teacher, I know how hard it can be for kids who have some sort of special need. I don't want him to be the outcast, or labeled as "that kid". Most of my depression as of late is because I am fearful for him. Unless you have a child such as mine, you can't really understand. Anyone out there like me?????
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