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What the spoon theory means to me as someone with depression.

Not everyone has the same amount of spoons.

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Note: This isn’t my theory, it originally belongs to someone called Christine Miserandino and I’m just using it to explain my personal situation, which I think many people are in.

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After rumors of her death spread online, this distressingly-thin beauty blogger is finally getting help.

Three years ago, over 20,000 people signed a petition to have her bannded from YouTube.

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Last year, GOOD published a story on Eugenia Cooney, the 24-year-old seriously underweight beauty blogger with over 1.5 million followers on YouTube.

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Mental Health Advocate Perfectly Explains Why Depression Makes People Tired

“For me, ‘I’m tired’ is not a complaint or pessimistic. It’s merely a fact of life.”

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There are many misconceptions when it comes to mental disorders. Those who struggle with these debilitating issues not only have to manage their own health but also deal with a world that doesn’t understand them.

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