Depression
Started by parsonstreet, 7th September 2019 14:57 in Serious Discussion

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    I'm not depressed at rain forests burning but I an sorry for future generations that are likely to have a hard time because these people were so fucking stupid.

    However, queers such as Parson are just pathetic little whoopsies that bring everything upon themselves.
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    IMO don't go to the doctor and ask for anti depression medication. It would be much healthier to take some weed or mushies instead or listen to this wth headphones for about 30 mins each day:

    Oden! Guide our ships, Our axes, spears and swords, Guide us through storms that whip
    And in brutal war


    Amon Amarth are fuckin AWESOME!
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    parsonstreet
    I am abusing alcohol. I think it is partly to do with feeling trapped in my current situation which includes my brothers long illness.

    I do have access to some support and advice but I don't think it works at this stage.
    Alcohol is the worst knee jerk reation to depressive moods, but it will only exacerbate the contition. IMO better to use weed, mushies or brain-entrainment.
    Oden! Guide our ships, Our axes, spears and swords, Guide us through storms that whip
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    Amon Amarth are fuckin AWESOME!

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    parsonstreet
    I have been on antidepressants for the last 15+ years and I have tried a few different ones but I think the ones I have been on for the longest are the most effective for my anxiety.

    It was when I first started this medication that made me feel better that I got involved with my brothers care. I felt quite relaxed and energised and considered working but I started visiting my brother in his accommodation for the disabled and he seemed to be alone in bed a lot of the time so I started visiting him most days and eventually moved into an adapted bungalow with him and was there 5 years or so.

    So I have been involved in his care for 15 years or so and in that time he has been in and out of hospital with things like pneumonia and pressure sores. For the last 8+ years he has been completely paralysed and communicates by blinking and has a tracheostomy

    This year in Feb my SIL put hum into permanent respite at a specialist neurological care home. But since then he has been into hospital 5 times with chest infections and sepsis. The situation has been making me feel trapped for the last few years.

    Since being diagnosed last year with Asperger's I have had access to a weekly autism drop in with advice and support. (The only one in the county I think)
    Maybe you should take up Bobson's recomendation and go to one of these ayahuasca retreats. There is no need to go to Peru. They have them in Holland.
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    Nice Fred
    In other words, many depressed people are really just lazy fuckers.
    Yes, but it is generally a symtom of their conditions as opposed to being an actual cause.
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    Bill. MC
    Yes, but it is generally a symtom of their conditions as opposed to being an actual cause.
    Very likely true.
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    Bill. MC
    Maybe you should take up Bobson's recomendation and go to one of these ayahuasca retreats. There is no need to go to Peru. They have them in Holland.
    Just don't use the microwave, your brain will explode.

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    Lord Ponsonby
    Just don't use the microwave, your brain will explode.
    What brain?
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    In one sense mental illness and cognitive disorders are not at all mysterious.

    The brain can be damaged just like any other organ with a huge range of effects including bizarre disorders.
    Do not let the oppressed retreat in disgrace; may the poor and needy praise your name..

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    In one sense mental illness and cognitive disorders are not at all mysterious.

    The brain can be damaged just like any other organ with a huge range of effects including bizarre disorders.
    Can it become incontinent?

 


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