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When you hear the word “Depression”, do you automatically think of a downturned face or a person sitting alone in the corner crying? If only it were that obvious all the time to see that something is seriously wrong. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. The mask may be well crafted… but it’s still a mask and they may well need your compassion and understanding. So here are a few common signs someone is faking it.
What about you? Are you doing okay? We also made a video on the signs you’re NOT actually “I’m Fine”: https://youtu.be/7REsnC0G8OQ
Writer: Syazwana Amirah
Script Editor: Denise Ding
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
Voice: Amanda Silvera www.youtube.com/AmandaSilvera
Animator: Thư Nguyễn Đoan (new animator)
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong
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