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Subject: Poll: Do ppl know/noticed you're depressed? Date: 3/19/2012 7:14 PM
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Okay, on topic now.

Do the people in your life (co-workers, family, friends, others) notice or recognize that you're depressed? If they make some indication that they notice, or inquire if you're depressed (or if something's wrong), how do you respond?

Or are you the type of person who is usually very good at hiding or masking your state of depression?

Something in between?

Discussion, stories, etc. please.
Yes, others tend to notice easily if I am actively depressed
Not really, not many notice I'm depressed
I'm very good at masking depression
No, I'm not social so few/no people to notice
None of the above / N.A.

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