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#442 - Can someone please tell me how this could possibly b… 03/19/2014 on Dreams 0
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#100 - No, an accurate summation would be, this is how the person fee…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/02/2013 on Into the feel channel it... -1
User avatar #101 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
Look, man. There is no justification for suicide. There is no justification for suicidal thoughts. It's absolute foolishness, and you shouldn't be accepting of foolishness. The right thing to do is not to "understand" a person's depression and let them be with a laissez faire sort of policy, but to pull them out of that rut when they can't pull themselves. But this content... It does the exact opposite of that.
#108 - studbeefpile (05/02/2013) [-]
#97 - Actually, if you really did have depression, as in, diagnosed …  [+] (3 new replies) 05/02/2013 on Into the feel channel it... -3
User avatar #99 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
Just because a doctor affirms the idea that the symptom is the cause doesn't mean it's any less a result of one's own lack of moral courage. If a person isn't going to fight for their life, you don't show that the other side is greener, you fight for them until they're strong enough to fight for themselves!
User avatar #147 - boydaranga (05/02/2013) [-]
You have been rather inspirational this whole time. but there was one thing that has been egging on at me through reading your conversation (it's the only point i disagree with you)

You should know (seeing you went through depression) that it isn't as simple as "growing the fuck up" to me that came off as a bit condescending. Dont take this the wrong way, you seem you have been through a lot. but some people have much bigger problems other than adolescent self-pity and are a lot harder to overcome than deciding one day you wake up and decide you will do something productive and grow up and out of your depression (which is what it seemed you said. sorry if i'm wrong.)
User avatar #157 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
I'm aware that self-pity isn't the only way people rationalize suicide, but no matter the magnitude of a problem, taking personal responsibility for it is the first step to overcoming it.
#94 - You're not troll ing me right? I said that's the perspective …  [+] (4 new replies) 05/02/2013 on Into the feel channel it... -5
User avatar #96 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
You're helping justify the stupidity of suicide. "They feel that it's their only choice, therefore it is OK," would be an accurate summation of your point thus far.
User avatar #100 - dickherber (05/02/2013) [-]
No, an accurate summation would be, this is how the person feels. I can't argue with a brick wall. I'm done here.
User avatar #101 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
Look, man. There is no justification for suicide. There is no justification for suicidal thoughts. It's absolute foolishness, and you shouldn't be accepting of foolishness. The right thing to do is not to "understand" a person's depression and let them be with a laissez faire sort of policy, but to pull them out of that rut when they can't pull themselves. But this content... It does the exact opposite of that.
#108 - studbeefpile (05/02/2013) [-]
#93 - You should take a course in psychology at your local community…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/02/2013 on Into the feel channel it... -1
User avatar #95 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
... I know depression is caused by chemical deficiencies, but it's not something that is beyond control, and it's not something that is a separate entity that can control people's lives. You're pretending a symptom is a cause.
User avatar #97 - dickherber (05/02/2013) [-]
Actually, if you really did have depression, as in, diagnosed by a doctor, then no, you are not in control. At least for the time being.
User avatar #99 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
Just because a doctor affirms the idea that the symptom is the cause doesn't mean it's any less a result of one's own lack of moral courage. If a person isn't going to fight for their life, you don't show that the other side is greener, you fight for them until they're strong enough to fight for themselves!
User avatar #147 - boydaranga (05/02/2013) [-]
You have been rather inspirational this whole time. but there was one thing that has been egging on at me through reading your conversation (it's the only point i disagree with you)

You should know (seeing you went through depression) that it isn't as simple as "growing the fuck up" to me that came off as a bit condescending. Dont take this the wrong way, you seem you have been through a lot. but some people have much bigger problems other than adolescent self-pity and are a lot harder to overcome than deciding one day you wake up and decide you will do something productive and grow up and out of your depression (which is what it seemed you said. sorry if i'm wrong.)
User avatar #157 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
I'm aware that self-pity isn't the only way people rationalize suicide, but no matter the magnitude of a problem, taking personal responsibility for it is the first step to overcoming it.
#88 - Sorry, meant to send that to Anon.  [+] (6 new replies) 05/02/2013 on Into the feel channel it... -5
User avatar #92 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
Well, if you think there's a pot of gold at the end of the suicide rainbow and that killing yourself represents "relief" and "hope," you shouldn't be talking to him, either.
User avatar #94 - dickherber (05/02/2013) [-]
You're not trolling me right? I said that's the perspective of a suicidal person, I didn't say it's going to bring any sort of happiness.
User avatar #96 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
You're helping justify the stupidity of suicide. "They feel that it's their only choice, therefore it is OK," would be an accurate summation of your point thus far.
User avatar #100 - dickherber (05/02/2013) [-]
No, an accurate summation would be, this is how the person feels. I can't argue with a brick wall. I'm done here.
User avatar #101 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
Look, man. There is no justification for suicide. There is no justification for suicidal thoughts. It's absolute foolishness, and you shouldn't be accepting of foolishness. The right thing to do is not to "understand" a person's depression and let them be with a laissez faire sort of policy, but to pull them out of that rut when they can't pull themselves. But this content... It does the exact opposite of that.
#108 - studbeefpile (05/02/2013) [-]
#82 - "Then I grew up." You don't just realize on…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/02/2013 on Into the feel channel it... 0
User avatar #91 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
No, it's not a "mental disorder." It's the delusion that self-pity is justified and the false rationalization that the world is culpable for one's own mistakes. I was depressed because I thought I was worthless. I'm not depressed any more because I know that focusing on one's worthlessness does nothing but perpetuate it. I'm not depressed any more not because I "woke up one day and said 'I'm all grown up now,'" but because over the course of a couple years I decided to enable myself instead of being a leech that moans to itself about how parasitic it is.
User avatar #93 - dickherber (05/02/2013) [-]
You should take a course in psychology at your local community college or something. "It's not a mental disorder" might have been one of the most ignorant comments I've ever read.
User avatar #95 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
... I know depression is caused by chemical deficiencies, but it's not something that is beyond control, and it's not something that is a separate entity that can control people's lives. You're pretending a symptom is a cause.
User avatar #97 - dickherber (05/02/2013) [-]
Actually, if you really did have depression, as in, diagnosed by a doctor, then no, you are not in control. At least for the time being.
User avatar #99 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
Just because a doctor affirms the idea that the symptom is the cause doesn't mean it's any less a result of one's own lack of moral courage. If a person isn't going to fight for their life, you don't show that the other side is greener, you fight for them until they're strong enough to fight for themselves!
User avatar #147 - boydaranga (05/02/2013) [-]
You have been rather inspirational this whole time. but there was one thing that has been egging on at me through reading your conversation (it's the only point i disagree with you)

You should know (seeing you went through depression) that it isn't as simple as "growing the fuck up" to me that came off as a bit condescending. Dont take this the wrong way, you seem you have been through a lot. but some people have much bigger problems other than adolescent self-pity and are a lot harder to overcome than deciding one day you wake up and decide you will do something productive and grow up and out of your depression (which is what it seemed you said. sorry if i'm wrong.)
User avatar #157 - dashgamer (05/02/2013) [-]
I'm aware that self-pity isn't the only way people rationalize suicide, but no matter the magnitude of a problem, taking personal responsibility for it is the first step to overcoming it.

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User avatar #1 - yumeakumu (09/16/2011) [-]
woo first to comment ._. is it bad i feel accomplished?
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Ha, no one ever comments on here.
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i only have like four....mostly haters
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