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Hi. I had my first episode when I was 13. I'm now in my EARLY 50's. I'm just recently really finding tools to manage the depression. To wage war against it. I believe I need to have contact with other people that can understand and empathize with what this disease can do to a person. During an episode and in dealing with the fallout. I'm sick and so very tired of hearing that I have a really great life...what do I have to be depressed about? If having a great life were a bulwark, I'm set. Unfortunately...

Thanks for listening :0)

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Hi, 2BlackDogs!

 

Mid-50's myself, had dysthymia since childhood with the odd full-blown depressive episode.

 

Good people here.  Good information and tools, too.

 

Best regards.

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Same story here. Early 50s, lifelong depression, and just sought help a couple years ago. Lots to read here!

Welcome to the Club

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