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I do don't know what to do with this... Everything was good before. these days feeling very low and depressed, feels like crying. Very sensitive towards my emotions.... Reason may b my Job and people around me...I m pissed of doing job I am in and I can't quit, people around me growing and I am staying at same place and loosing hope to grow everyday.. losing my willness in everything..... Can't see dreams anymore.. Sleep more then before...I don't know but may be I start leaving in this way and now I don't want to leave I guess.... However I know that it's not like a normal human being...suggest me wat to do ?
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