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Friend doesn’t owe you an apology for suffering from depression – Washington Post

Monday, 14 March, 2016

Friend doesn’t owe you an apology for suffering from depression – Washington Post

Dear Carolyn: I'm truly trying to understand, as someone who's never been severely depressed. Is it acceptable in the case of severe depression to just not call friends for months at a time? Does the severely depressed person owe his/her friend an apology?

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