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#76 - anon (04/29/2014) [-]
Yea m8. World filled with muslims would be exploding with joy. huehue exploding It doesn't matter which mythical faith you follow if you're a stupid asshole you stay a stupid asshole. Dumb cunt. Rethink your life.
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I don't think you've really thought that through properly.
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"All of them. All the time."
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#168 - thisguyissmallllll (04/13/2014) [-]
Do you grow new legs once your legs are broken?
unless you've revolutionized all of medical science, I guess not.
Can a person with depression be treated and recover from depression? Even if depression is a completely theoretical "Disease" for people who just feel compulsively down compared to the average person?
#181 - lolollo (04/13/2014) [-]
You have no clue what you're talking about when it comes to psychology.
I'd explain it further, but my guess is you're already committed to this charade of depression just being a matter of the emotion and not the legitimate chemical imbalance that can be observed in the brain.
#185 - thisguyissmallllll (04/13/2014) [-]
You're right, I don't actually understand the psychological approach to depression. But from what I know about Psychology is that it's a very flawed science that contains answers that have little evidence to support it. I get it though, I know that depression is being classified as a disease but we still don't understand it.
So it's logical to believe that it's not a disease, and it's not crippling like a very badly broken leg.
Believe me, I have my reasons. I do not wish to explain, but I have been "Depressed", I've had time spent in a hospital where they needed to "rehabilitate" my mental health to acceptable levels, but I don't think depression is really comparable to a crippled leg.
I came back you know? I learned from it and became a better person in the end. I don't believe I was sick, broken, or crippled. I was just sad.
#187 - lolollo (04/13/2014) [-]
You realize how much you sound like a religious type trying to debate evolution, right?
"You have your reasons"? I didn't think the bible went over mood disorders.
#275 - thisguyissmallllll (04/13/2014) [-]
I'm not a religious person at all, I just don't think it's fair to really call depression a disease thats hereditary.
"Almost twice as many women as men have major or clinical depression; hormonal changes during puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, miscarriage, and menopause, may increase the risk."
Well yeah, because those things really suck. I would be pretty upset over those things as well. But if my father was sad at one point, and i'm sad now. Does it mean that i'm sad because he was sad?
"Major depression seems to occur from one generation to the next in some families, but may affect people with no family history of the illness."
Well no poo, sad people tend to make sad parents, but that doesnt mean there arent other sad people.
I think it's a terrible thing to be depressed, and it's even better when you get help for it from someone who knows how to deal with that stuff.
But why is it being classified as a medical disorder where as you need to be prescribed dangerous drugs sometimes just to get over it?
There is insufficient evidence.
#277 - lolollo (04/13/2014) [-]
I didn't say you were religious, I said you know as much about psychology as you'd expect a religious type to know about biology. The hereditary nature of MDD is nothing like you just described, it has to do with the fact that it's part of your biology and your upbringing. Having abnormalities with Seratonin mixed with an abnormal upbringing will cause long lasting difficulty that can take a long time to overcome. Imagine if your own upbringing was 20x worse. Not necessarily violent, just depressing. Your parents don't have to abuse you while drunk to cause long lasting complications.
The evidence is out there, and convincing, if you actually knew what the hell you were reading. Using yourself as anecdotal evidence is like saying "I didn't evolve from no ape!" to disprove evolution.
#278 - thisguyissmallllll (04/13/2014) [-]
It'd make sense if there were more evidence now, my psychology textbook is about 8 years outdated. But i've just never seen actual evidence that any of that is true, and being depressed from a line of family members that never have been, and having friends who have been diagnosed with depression I kind of get a first hand look at it, the way they get treated compared to myself, and not once has that really come into play, genetics I mean.
I guess you're right in cases of very severe mental disorders such as Bipolar disorder or some advanced Sybil multiple personalities traumitized shit. But that's not the king of depression OP is talking about is it?
#280 - lolollo (04/13/2014) [-]
Evidence on what exactly? You keep pouting that there's no new evidence that it exists, but that's because it's already been established that they exist. Chemistry hasn't had to keep proving atoms exist for the last 100 years. MDD was proven to be a thing a good while ago. 8 years sounds about right. Any evidence out now will be on symptoms, and treatment. If you need that that's easy to find through google. If you're waiting for up to date research that says "It's a thing!" that's not how science works. Once that's established, it's accepted until new research comes out that says the opposite.
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