What causes anxiety and depression?

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Mindset look at a scene from the Movie Inside Out, with an important message of how ‘our feelings are essential to our wellbeing’. We shouldn’t avoid sadness or hide our feelings, as the flow of emotions keep us balanced and can stop us facing major anxiety or depression.

 

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