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Recently the media – and doctors & psychologists – have been calling attention to one depressive symptom that has always been missed: The Impossible Task.  It’s random and different for each individual with depressive, whether folding laundry, doing bills, catching up on work – no matter how simple or complex, it just seems impossible to do it.  The worst thing about it is that it doesn’t make sense to anyone, including the person with depression – and we frequently beat ourselves up over it.  Author Molly Backes’s answer is the best one: “Be gentle to yourself.”

Read the full article here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/depression-impossible-task_us_5b894942e4b0cf7b0034f2e5

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