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  1. Not being active in normal day to day tasks like completing homework. 
  2. Not going out 
  3. Losing interest in what was once fun activities

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    4.Being unable to concentrate 

    5.Not being as close with friend and family 

    6.Feeling overwhelmed 

    7. Feeling guilty 

    8. Feeling irritated or frustrated 

    9. Not feeling confident 

   10. Feeling helpless 

   10. Constant headaches and body pains 

   11. Unable to sleep but always feeling tired 

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   12. Unhealthy weight gain or loss 

   13.  Loss of energy 

   14. Change in appetite 

   15. Discussing suicide or death

These are just a few warning signs but they should not be ignored. There may even be times where you don’t see any signs, but regardless if you are not 100% sure if you or someone may be depressed it is better to be safe than sorry. Be sure to talk to someone or be that someone to talk to. 

 

 

Jasmin Small

Valdosta '23

Hey ladies!! I am a student Valdosta State University. (Class of 2023 WHOOP WHOOP) I major in journalism and minor in mass media. I'm a pretty fun person to be around (at least I hope that I am).
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