Over the last six months, since my youngest went off to college, I’ve been pretty lonely. I’ve noticed that I’m crying almost every day, whether it’s sparked by some sentimental TV commercial or for seemingly no reason. It’s starting to worry me that I can’t keep it together. Is crying all the time a sign of depression?
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