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How may fear of rejection be related to depression?

Donna Hill Howes, RN
Family Medicine
If you fear rejection and criticism so much that it affects your personal and work relationships, this may be a sign of atypical depression. Talk to your doctor or a mental health provider who can help determine if you have atypical depression, and discuss treatment options if needed.

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