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What's the difference between being stressed and depressed?

what are the signs within the two?

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Being depressed isolates you from everyone. Feeling little to no motivation to do even simple tasks. In the worst cases, looking for ways out.

Being stressed is from some kind of pressure or stressful event in your life. Even the tiniest things annoy you and set you off. Irregular sleep patterns and mood swings happen often. Too much stress can often lead to depression.

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Stressed- tired all the time and sleepy along with some mild headaches
Depressed- sad and bored with everything

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Stress to kill depress to be killed... To feel like.

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stressed is when your worried about one thing or maybe a few but depressed is when you are unhappy and miserable about everything and almost nothing can comfort you

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i think "being stressed" means the person feels great pressure and he/she still want to solve the problem in life, "being depressed" means that the person feels great pressure and he/she can hardly think of solving the proble in life at that time.

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You are so smart ! Star ('!')/
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thank you :p
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You'll know which is which..

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Stressed=pressures of daily life activities and anxiety affecting your abilities to function. Depressed=Sadness,overwhelming feelings of doom,why am i living, affects your abilities to function.

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Symptoms like fatiqe. Hating ppl. Not wanting to do things u like. And more than 2 weeks of pure sadness

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