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The worthlessness of a judgment against the debtor.
In that ease, to claim a current loss deduction, you must establish the abandonment or worthlessness of your partnership interest.
The key elements in distinguishing between depression and dementia in that type of patient include the presence of true suicidality or feelings of worthlessness and guilt.
They feel split by two extreme, uncomfortable, opposite, and maybe even neurotic emotions: pride and worthlessness.
my wife's efficiency, laments her own worthlessness,
The screening uses a six-step scale to test cancer patient's mental condition by asking questions about worthlessness, guilt and suicidal thoughts.
Symptoms of depression include general emotional dejection, loss of interest in usual activities, insomnia, fatigue, feelings of worthlessness, and suicidal ideation.
Feelings of helplessness, worthlessness, hopelessness
While a taxpayer need not be an "incorrigible optimist" with respect to the value of a debt, he or she may not substantiate the worthlessness of a debt with his or her pessimism.
Persons with MDD usually experience feelings of despair, hopelessness, worthlessness, difficulty thinking or concentrating, and sometimes thoughts of committing suicide.
This resulted in blurry bouts with depression, alcoholism and a deep sense of worthlessness.