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People with depression use language differently — here’s how to spot it

People with depression use language differently — here’s how to spot it

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• Studies have shown that people suffering from depression are more inclined to use certain words and phrases.• Those in a depressive state tend to regularly use first person singular pronouns, such as 'I' or 'me', which can indicate a lack of connection with others.• 'Absolutist' words are also common, …

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