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    I dont feel motivated
    darcywilder123 posted:
    I am normally very motivated and love to work hard, but lately all I want to do is sleep! I am not suicidal/depressed. I get stressed out easily and I am 14 years old and very mature for my age. What is wrong with me?
    darcywilder123 responded:
    Am I depressed? if anyone has depression please comment the symptoms? thank you
    deasertrose replied to darcywilder123's response:
    I have been depressed for most of my life. The symptoms I have are I don't enjoy doing anything that I use to like, sewing, cooking , gardening and going on vacation. I don't like being alone or with people. Right now I have severe problems with my memory, i sleep all the time and I shake. that might be a side effect of my meds. Hope this helps.

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