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I have been feel fown lately. I dont have any

I have been feel fown lately. I dont have any energy or motivation to do anything. It is even to the point that i dont want to get up in the morning. I feel drained and useless because of it. I would like to know what i can do or who i should talk to about this?
Sun, 30 Sep 2018
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