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  • Hiding your feelings for fear of other people’s reactions.

  • Feelings of sadness that do not seem to go away.

  • Feeling hopeless.

  • Fatigue; feeling tired all the time or not getting out of bed for days.

  • Feeling anxious or scared, much worse than being nervous or cautious, avoiding daily activities.

  • Extreme changes in mood. Everyone is different and because mood is directly affected by hormones, it is difficult (especially for parents) to know whether mood swings are normal or not.

  • Symptoms that interfere with someone’s perception of reality, i.e. hallucinations including seeing, hearing, smelling, or feeling things that no one else can.

  • If your drug addiction is affecting your relationships with others.

  • If you cannot stop using drugs and alcohol.

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