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lissmeanstrouble posted:
and it stated the following:He adds there's more to depression than deterioration of the quality of life. "It has to be treated aggressively before it causes structural changes in the brain."

Sure woulda been nice to know this is high school, maybe I would have been more proactive in seeking help.

Today I feel like Ive become mentally disabled. I have backspace, so you dont have any idea how many typos were in this message but its as if Im intoxicated, cant think just feeling kinda dur dur dur today, dont like it, feeling LOTS and LOTS of back pain, and GI bloating, and migraines all weekend, then In the same article I sited above they said all of that combined can mean heart issues. I havent had my heart checked for a while.
I did quit smoking for the most part but I have one here and there occasionally I really hope that I did not decide to quit when its too late. Ive had friends tell me they are worried about my health, and Im getting concerned as well. I made a doctors appt and heres hoping I make the best use of the appointment.
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