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is there a preferred way to handle a lost will to live?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
There is hope.: This is a painful place to be. If the age listed is correct (33 years old) then I have to wonder if you might be depressed. Encourage you to see your physician. He or she can evaluate for clinical depression, other psychiatric issues & for medical conditions that could be causative. Regardless of the cause of your loss of motivation to keep living, talking therapy is essential.

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