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“I want to die” source CBS “I don’t want to live anymore.

I want to kill myself.”

That was how Italian indefinite articles began, but now that phrase has been replaced with an equally powerful, more direct way to describe the pain that many people in Italy feel after a serious mental illness.

For most people who have a serious, disabling illness, the word “I” becomes the main tool for thinking about their condition and their symptoms, said Giuliano Gattuso, a clinical psychologist at the University of Padua.

“It becomes more and more difficult to think of a way to express the pain of someone else,” Gattos told CBS News.

But Gattoses words are also used to describe other people with mental illnesses.

For instance, in Italy, a person who suffers from depression can say that they “feel” it, “feel sad,” or “feel like there’s something wrong.”

This is a common way to refer to a person’s illness.

In recent years, doctors have begun to look at mental illness in a broader way, Gattoes study shows.

It is now possible to use the word to describe a range of conditions, including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

Gattoses study also found that people are now saying “I’m depressed” more frequently.

It also found they were asking for help more often, often as a result of their chronic pain or depression.

The term “I do” is also increasingly used by people with a mental illness, and its use has risen dramatically, according to Gatt.

The research, published in the journal PLOS ONE, also shows that the term “depression” is becoming more common.

It shows that people who describe themselves as having a mental health problem, even if they don’t have one, are using “depressive” to describe their experience of depression.

In other words, the term depression is becoming less of an insult to those who suffer from a mental or physical illness.

“This has become a way of referring to someone’s mental health that is more appropriate than to say that we’re depressed,” Gatti said.

It is possible that this shift is a result in part of changes in the way the media is covering mental health.

In the past, media articles used to say something about people with serious mental illnesses, Gatti noted.

Now, they describe them as “depressed.”

The study also shows, however, that people have become more aware of their mental illness and are using the word as a way for people to communicate.

It’s also possible that the trend in use of “I need to die,” as opposed to “I feel sorry for you,” has to do with a shift in how people feel about mental illness or how the media presents the subject, Gatta said.

While “I am a burden” and “I hate myself” have long been considered insults, “I just want to feel better” and the like have become acceptable.

In the U.S., the term has been increasingly used to refer, for example, to someone with bipolar disorder, and to describe people with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Gatta said she would like to see “I’ll take the pill if you say so” replaced by “I think it’s best for me to die.”

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