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DEPRESSION CAN NOT BE CURED

by Wei Se

There is no treatment for depression. Suicide prevention is shit aswell. This shitty society should stop wasting their time for a so called treatment and prevention.

Just shoot me in the fucking head. What’s so hard to understand about that? I don’t want to fucking live. All available suicide methods suck.

Going in front of a train? Hanging? Jumping? Come on. I just want a god damn gun.

Who wants to live in this shit hole anyway?

Fuck you for making me stay here.

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tupacorbiggie 5/23/2013 - 12:01 pm

In my opinion the “chemical imbalance” theory is bullshit propaganda pushed by big ******. Most depression in my opinion is caused by other things such as poor nutrition, exposure to toxic chemicals, etc.. But yeah I hate how society makes it so hard to die. It’s a fucking prison planet here on Earth.

It’s weird you mentioned guns as a good suicide method. I agree with you. I’m planning on buying one soon if I can and am not denied because of my previous suicide attempt.

left22 5/23/2013 - 12:38 pm

My observation has been that most people depression is existential angst. A search for a feeling of meaning and purpose that makes life worth living, but that under that is a longing to love and be loved, or I might say seen.

I have observed many people dealing with the problem who have found a guru, book, religion, idea… that if not “cured” their depression taken them out of it for a while anyway.

I think that’s what most of us do, may be the best anyone can do. Find something that feels like a possibility and work it. It may be an illusion, but there is element of illusion in everything we experience so if we can, might as well make it a good one.

I agree though at some level the depressed will always be depressed.

Once the door is open and the questions asked you can close or un-ask them. Like the alcoholic who remains an alcoholic even if they never drink again.
I guess we could get depressed about that. Being depressed for no better reason then because we are one of the depressed… I know allot of people like that. I was one of them. But that seems like a true definition of pointless.

Better maybe to come to some kind of acceptance.

Hello, may name is Peter and I’m a Depressed-olic

just another nobody 5/23/2013 - 1:16 pm

Woah there fella first of all fuck you. That was need no that its outa the way I apologize now then. I ants got a damn problem with suicide but you only die once you might as well make it count. I mean do you really want to shoot yourself? Only retards and texans shoot themselves? Me I’m given it till I’m 30 if life still sucks donkey Dick I’m killing a grizzly bear with a fist full of c-4 p, and all hell willing I might just finally die. That is all good day

just another nobody 5/23/2013 - 1:17 pm

Woah there fella first of all fuck you. That was need no that its outa the way I apologize now then. I ants got a damn problem with suicide but you only die once you might as well make it count. I mean do you really want to shoot yourself? Only retards and texans shoot themselves? Me I’m given it till I’m 30 if life still sucks donkey Dick I’m killing a grizzly bear with a fist full of c-4 , and all hell willing I might just finally die. That is all good day

whyohwhysky 5/23/2013 - 1:45 pm

*ROUND OF APPLAUSE*

I’m starting to call bullshit as well; 12 years in therapy, 1 year of Anti-depressants, and now for the first time in my life I’m suicidal. Therapy is a sweet idea, and it’s a nice TEMPORARY relief, but it has never motivated me to change my life or made me feel differently. Yeah somedays you may come across a realization about yourself but then what? Then you pay the bill, drive home to your real life where people aren’t paid to care or listen to you and you realize what a sham that “connection” is with your therapist.

This world is a fucking prison; pay taxes, go into debt, have good credit, be exposed to pollution, empty purposes and lives. Worst of all we are committed for trying to leave this hell the only way we know how.

RenoBill 5/23/2013 - 2:36 pm

I agree with the first reply. The pharmaceutical companies control our medical establishment. They produce drugs that people become dependant on, and rake in huge profits. And in most cases it doesn’t cure the depression. It may numb things but that’s all. I refuse to take drugs for depression. Mine is due to circumstances and popping a pills won’t change a thing. I take and recommend people try herbal remedies. I have.purchased a 12 gauge so when I’ve had my fill, which is coming soon, I can check out with an almost certain chance of succeeding.

raincloudz 5/23/2013 - 3:13 pm

while there may not be a complete “cure” for depression there certainly are treatments. depression is essentially a chemical imbalance in your brain that makes you feel sad. treatment includes adding chemicals to your brain that make you feel happy. it works for some and not for others. just because it didnt work for you doesnt mean that the industry is flawed. just means that your body’s too resistant and wants to remain f’d up. its not your fault its your body’s (and the expressed genes in your genome).

clevername 5/23/2013 - 3:38 pm

@raincloudz-

Do you know that’s a load of garbage, or do you actually think that all depression is caused by a flawed brain that doesn’t produce the right amounts of certain chemicals?

Do you realize there is a “racket” in which the pharmaceutical industry tries to dominate the entire treatment spectrum?

Do you realize that sometimes depression is reality and event based, and not “just a chemical imbalance?”

Or are you really that misguided that you think a pill will change the past, and prevent you from being ostracized by peers?

Some people do simply have a chemical imbalance, but i would posit that MOST people do not, and are simply profoundly distraught by actual events that cannot be erased or altered. Pills won’t fix that.

Wei Se 5/23/2013 - 6:51 pm

Exactly! It seems that our prosperity is paid too well at the expense of our welfare.

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