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Pattern Interrupts

Sometimes the biggest hurdle to getting better and moving forward is the depression itself. One often removes themselves from the presence of comforting & encouraging loved ones, or ceases to participate in activities of personal interest as a result of being depressed, which further contributes to their condition.

Interrupting the Pattern of depression is an important tool to end depression!

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