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Re: Is Depression a choice? invisibleman15010

Posted by Squiggles on August 22, 2006, at 19:20:21

In reply to Re: Is Depression a choice?Our way out must be one, posted by invisibleman15010 on August 22, 2006, at 18:53:46

> If depression is a choice, then choosing our way out of this continual cycle of suffering must be a choice also. What do you choose?
> e

It depends on the severity and cause of
depression. If you are depressed because
you lost your pet, you might recover in
time. If you are depressed (clinically)
for no apparent reason, you need drugs.
If you are depressed from a shock in your
life (e.g. wartime experiences or torture)
you may never recover on your own, and
need drugs.

I am glad i chose to go to ER when my
depression came out of the blue. I knew
I had succumbed to some biological problem
independent of my social circumstances.
I could have chosen to remain suicidally
depressed, as in some tragic cases in the news.





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