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Are popular teens more likely to have depression in and after high school?

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2005-11-17 01:30:24
2005-11-17 01:30:24

Yes popular teens are more likely to have depression in and after high school because they are constantly being followed by people. They also feel that they have to be a certain size especially in girls. They are like everybody else, except they have a title.

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