So when I was a little younger, I never had a problem with other people thinking I was horribly strange because of my depression. I guess it was considered normal for a 14-year-old to be upset and irritable, but now that I'm getting older and am having to take more and more responsibility for myself, my depression is starting to become embarrassing. I don't want certain friends to see me this way. It isn't exactly the most flattering light to be in. No one wants to hang out with someone who is depressed and closes themselves off for no apparent reason. Anyone have similar experiences?
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