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Re: God and depression TF

Posted by AntiTrust on January 2, 2004, at 16:18:24

In reply to Re: God and depression, posted by TF on January 1, 2004, at 15:56:12

I think a major reason that people get depressed is that they feel isolated somehow, or that they feel as though they've been separated from something important that they either owned, interacted with religiously, or had an abstract connection with, which was never validated. It comes naturally that when we tie ourselves to things, which are impermanent, that we eventually feel or anticipate the loss of said things. This can result in depression if we don't know how to cope or just don't have the capacity to do so.

your statement above makes sense to me, and I agree, but have to add that the imbalance of all these darn chemicals in our brains is also to blame. why some have dieases and some dont...that I can not answer.




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