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We are currently experiencing what is commonly known as a global recession. This means that many businesses, both big and small, are falling by the wayside on a daily basis.
You only have to switch on the TV or radio to hear how many more people have been made unemployed, lost their houses or are facing financial ruin. Apparently this is the worst economic climate for the past 30 years, and just hearing this news is gloomy enough without having to find a way to survive it.
It looks as though the bubble has finally burst, house prices are falling, redundancies are imminent and belts are tightening all over the country.
Is it any wonder then that there are more and more of us experiencing some symptoms commonly associated with depression?
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