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Do You “Mask” Your Depression and Anxiety?

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major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. On occasion, I muse about how much I should be using this “talent. ” So, when I heard a talk about masking, my mind again plunged into this dilemma.

It was at a meeting on the eve of Easter Sunday, when a religious leader used the term Potemkin village. A Potemkin village is “an impressive façade or show designed to hide an undesirable fact or condition,” according to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary.

The term comes from a late 18th-century story in which Grigory Potemkin desired to impress Catherine the Great of Russia on her journey down a river through the area he governed.

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