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    Kristin_Conner posted:
    I have suffered from MDD and Generalized Anxiety for years. However, it was until one year ago that I decided to do something about it. I have been on medication and undergoing therapy for a year now. I feel a slight difference, but not much. I also have issues with developing eating disorders as well. It terrifies me to take medication, simply because I am in fear of weight gain. There are some days where I feel great, but the lows seem to take over. My main problem right now deals with paranoia. No matter what, I always feel like someone is talking about me. It is a horrible feeling when you feel like no one likes you and are always gossiping. Does anyone have any advice on how to deal with this a little better?

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