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    Crazy powerful app for depression
    An_264056 posted:
    I had a friend who was dealing with some major depression and suicidal thoughts.

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    rohvannyn responded:
    That sounds like a really interesting adblocker. If it works on Google Chrome, I'll be happy to try it. Thanks!

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