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American Sign Language:  "depressed" "depression" "feeling blue" "feeling down"


DEPRESSED:

Down as in "depressed."  Feeling down.  This sign bends the middle fingers forward at the large knuckle. It can but doesn't have to touch the body. Use a single straight down movement and an appropriately sad facial expression:


Note: If you are feeling depressed I've been told that going to a brightly lit store is a good way to cheer up. All the bright light helps your biochemistry to cause you to cheer up.
 



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