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#55 - utasco
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(08/20/2013) [-]
#133 to #55 - swagbot
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(08/20/2013) [-]
Suicide is for wussies.

Man up and conquer your fear.

Be happy to be alive and feel the full spectrum of pain and joy.
#159 to #133 - articulate
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(08/20/2013) [-]
Yeah, it doesn't work that way.

Telling someone to just "be happy" isn't going make them magically snap out of depression and suddenly be happy.
#253 to #159 - swagbot
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(08/20/2013) [-]
Notice i didn't say "BEEE HAPPEEE!!!"

You're correct - that doesn't work.

I said "Man up and conquer your fear".

Conquer - to defeat. How do you defeat something?
By 1) Understanding what exactly it is, 2) Analyzing how it is subverting/conquering you, 3) conceiving of ways to break it, 4) Repeatedly testing those plans, using the methods that work and discarding the ones that don't.

The Key to solving depression is to Fearlessly Look Into It - whereupon you will discover its origins and the method of its operation, and in so doing, you will understand how to supplant and eliminate it.

If you do this correctly, in the end, you will still be alive and your depression will be defeated and gone.
#357 to #253 - iamyourfetish
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(08/20/2013) [-]
awesome calligraphy you have there
#398 to #357 - swagbot
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(08/21/2013) [-]
Its a Yin Yang. And thanks.
#337 to #253 - arstya
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(08/20/2013) [-]
Not always. Drugs help at that point.
#399 to #337 - swagbot
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(08/21/2013) [-]
Not Always... what?

Drugs help nothing. They trick your brain into thinking the pain isn't there, when it actually is.

Only solutions solve problems. PERIOD.
#407 to #399 - arstya
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(08/21/2013) [-]
Antidepressants do help with the things you can't fix that are causing depression.   
   
And there could be a chemical deficiency in your brain that is causing the depression despite nothing being really wrong with your life. I do agree that you should always try to fix what's wrong though.
Antidepressants do help with the things you can't fix that are causing depression.

And there could be a chemical deficiency in your brain that is causing the depression despite nothing being really wrong with your life. I do agree that you should always try to fix what's wrong though.
#127 to #55 - bleebloo
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#93 to #55 - organicglory
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#69 to #55 - scootalooisyourgod
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(08/20/2013) [-]
That image is making me tear up and I'm getting these shivers all over me, powerful as ****