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    I've ended up doing 3 years at 6th form, which I blame mostly on letting depression get the better of me. At the end of my second year after a suicide attempt and shaving my head after a mental breakdown, (which I now say was a fashion statement) I started going to a therapist, who was okay, not a fantastic therapist but a lovely person and I started feeling much more positive after that and entered my final year feeling much more prepared than before. However, I feel like my mood is gradually lowering and I'm cautious that although I'm managing now that I may get back to a darker point where I don't want to get out of bed or shower. So I wanted to know if anyone had any advice on how they may have stayed up to date with studies when struggling with depression.
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