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Introduction style - This leaflet is for anyone who is, or has been depressed. We hope it will also be helpful for friends.

It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. It also mentions some of the things we don't know about depression. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

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It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. It also mentions some of the things we don't know about depression. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

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It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. It also mentions some of the things we don't know about depression. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

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President's lecture Joanna Cannon - Manchester

Dec 18, 2018, 11:07 AM
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It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. It also mentions some of the things we don't know about depression. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

The link between psychiatry and neuroscience is so important. It needs to be a bigger part of the training curriculum and ultimately, we need to use it to benefit our patients. Dr Mary-Ellen Lynall | Academic Clinical Fellow, RCPsych and Cambridge University

It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. It also mentions some of the things we don't know about depression. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. It also mentions some of the things we don't know about depression. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. It also mentions some of the things we don't know about depression. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

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