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Bonjour,

Nouvelle étudiante, je reprends des études en psychologie. Nous devons écouter une Compréhension Orale (CO). Si quelqu'un peut corriger ce que j’en ai retiré, ce serait gentil.

Si une personne peut combler les trous ce serait parfait. Je comprends le contexte globale avec des trous.... Merci de votre aide,

Annabelle

Now look Around You Because any one time One in Ten the British population depression and for the rest of our lives Put these people resistant depression and debilitating disease with land works for the charity depression is one such person after having an operation I was trying and it was just horrible Going to hospital for a different medication and counseling and therapy after the August in hospital I got back to work and I don't know how I managed to just couldn't work for several years and treatments don't ask me how many different combinations 1997 seem to be all the time and I never seem to get much for me it's like a room with no windows and it's dark but you've got the door open however it's like the door is closing gradually and when it's really bad it's unlocked the key and I do get inside while taking overdoses on several occasions it's exhausting several years Honestly really was a bit 4 hours at the most in bits and pieces and that obviously had an effect on myself and physical ways as well with me 

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Bonjour,

Voilà pour toi, je t'avoue que même en tant que natif, j'ai eu quelques difficultés, n'étant pas très familier avec l'accent irlandais. Cette compréhension orale n'est sans doute pas à la portée de tout le monde.

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Now, look around you because at any one time, 1 in 10 of the British population are suffering from clinical depression. And for the rest of you looking smug, 1 in 5 of all of us will get depression at some time in our lives. While there’s a number of successful therapies, both pharmacological and psychotherapeutic, up to 1 in 3 sufferers just don’t respond to treatment. And even those that do, frequently relapse back into depression after a short while. For these people, treatment-resistant depression is an enduring and debilitating disease. Ruth Lang who works for the charity “Depression Alliance” is one such person. “There was a student met by a friend that developed depression after having a minor operation. It just seemed that after the anaesthetic I just couldn’t deal with anything and I was crying I couldn’t deal with decision making, even stupid things like what flavour of dog food to buy for the dog, and it was just a really horrible time, I just felt so bad all the time and began to feel completely hopeless and a failure and also suicidal. When I was first diagnosed in 1991, the first antidepressant I was allergic to, um, between March and August I had another two which made no difference at all to how I was feeling, and in August I had to be admitted to the hospital for a different medication and for different counselling and cognitive therapy. And even then, I still wasn’t a hundred percent well. After the August admission to the hospital, I got back to work, and I don’t know how, but somehow, I managed to qualify as a midwife. But then, I just couldn’t work for several years and I’d be in and out of hospitals, various treatments, don’t ask me how many different antidepressants combinations with it and ECGs, you know, for several years till 1997, it just seemed to be all the time and I never seemed to get much time away from it. For me, it’s like being in a room with no windows and it’s dark, but most of the time you’ve got the door open to the corridor fully and there’s light. However, as I get worse, I find it’s like the door is closing gradually and when it’s really bad it’s as if I’m locked in and they’ve lost the key. And I do get pretty suicidal I’ve taken overdoses on several occasions and it’s completely exhausting and for me, one of the worst things has always been the sleep. Certainly, for several years, I know that people tend to exaggerate this sort of feeling of I’ve not slept all night, but honestly it really was about like 3-4 hours at the most in bits and pieces, and that obviously had an effect on myself in physical ways as well.”

Michael B.

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Bonsoir,

Je vous remercie beaucoup.

Je suis infirmière à mi-temps et j'ai décidé de prendre des cours de psychologie. Autant vous dire que l'anglais de la terminale est loin de moi. Je n'avais même pas remarqué que l'accent était irlandais!

Thank you very much for helping me,

Have a nice evening,

Annabelle.

 

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