Category: Depression

Can I join the military if I take anti-depressants?

Can I join the military if I take anti-depressants? Have you ever googled yourself? Run a “deep search” instead.This new search engine reveals so much more. Type in you name, wait 107 seconds, brace yourself.NO! If you are on them currently, stop taking them (under a doctor’s supervision). Then go to the recruiter and never…

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What does the beginning of depression feel like?

What does the beginning of depression feel like? Ad by CapitalOne ShoppingThe genius hack every Home Depot shopper should know.Before you shop at The Home Depot, read this.1. You may only have problems falling asleep and think that you are feeling a bit down because of the lack of sleep. Insomnia is one of the…

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Is depression treatable?

Curing the cause of depression is a misnomer. All symptoms, behavior, and diagnosis are more accurately a profound and necessary choice to survive the mental/emotional, physical and/or sexual abuse one experienced during the maturation years or beyond. Mental/Emotional and Physical Transformation/Transmuting is possible without psychotropic drugs, artificial hypnotic inductions, rituals, life-long coping strategies, and psychic…

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What is the root of depression?

I think that it can be explained in a variety of ways. I think it is “anger turned inward”. A resentment and hatred towards the self. Self loathing, inability to love oneself or see one’s worth. hopelessness in living a fulfilled life. After that, I will try and explain what the root could be by…

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Why do we love depression?

What is depression? The opposite of depression is not happiness. In psychology happiness can broadly fit into being described as a mood state , emotion, or feeling . It is not the baseline state of being. It can arise from a positive experience, reflection, be proactively cultivated, or be of random inexplicable happenstance. However the…

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What triggers depression?

The cause of depression is not just chemistry, traumatic events, genetic predisposition, a bad childhood etc., that is why nothing truly works against it, and depression is galloping. I have a totally different take on it. Excuse me the long text, I normally prefer small, simple explanations, however it is important to understand and explore…

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What do you do when, with depression, you simply don’t …

What do you do when, with depression, you simply don’t care anymore what people say to you are about what you should do? I am tired. What’s something I can do right now to increase my productivity?A tool you can leverage to instantaneously improve your productivity is a writing assistant. Writing assistants like Grammarly are…

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What is a method to inform if somebody has anxiety?

As an EMT who has seen depression in much of its ranges, as someone who has seen a friend with depression commit suicide and had no idea that things were that bad, and as someone who personally struggles with depression, I can tell you that it isn’t always easy, and here’s why. There is the…

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What does being depressed seem like?

Depression? How does it feel? How long is a piece of string? It is, I think, impossible to explain in words to anyone who hasn’t experienced it. Fortunately most haven’t, for it isn’t just having a bad day, feeling upset as some thing that’s happened or being sad. Depression is a mind overflowing with though…

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How is depression diagnosed?

Perhaps the best way to understand why a teen might say they’re depressed is by experiencing their life yourself! Brace yourself; you are entering the life of an average teenager. Bleep! Bleep! Bleep! Bleep! BLEEP! BLEEP! BLEEP! BLEEP! BLEEPBLEEPBLEEPBLEEPBLEE- You smash your hand down on your cheap alarm clock and read the time: 5:30 A.M.…

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Is clinical depression bad?

Is clinical depression bad? Talkspace: accessible therapy the second I need it most.Talkspace changed the way I think about therapy – here’s what you need to know.Firstly, it is important to know that literally everyone is somewhere along the depression scale. Every single person at some point in their life will feel what we would…

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