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Old 08-13-2012, 08:44 PM   #4
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Default Re: Struggling with Depression

From your description, it sounds as though your problem is coming from not having moved on to better things after (I'm assuming) graduation. Life became real. Friends moved on to other things, while you remained where you were.
Try to change your life for the better.
You mentioned your weight problem. Why not exercise?
Also try finding a job that you're even remotely interested in. Sure, the economy still hasn't picked up to a decent level and if you're in need of a job, now is not the time to be picky, but just think it through.
Do something productive. When you're home alone, hit the weights. When you start feeling better about yourself, hit the club scene/bar scene/etc. I promise if you put your mind to it, you can get away from your depression. But if you continue to merely deal with it, you'll simply continue to feel depressed.
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