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post #2191 of 5159
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Originally Posted by donjuan17 View Post

The same dude posted this pick and look at all the likes. WTH? 

The caption reads "first time shaving :/ i did a bad job :'(" 
He looks like a girl

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post #2192 of 5159
Double post
post #2193 of 5159
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

He doesn't shave yet.

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"mom, please you need to stop smoking!"
"no, I don't honey"
"but you can barely climb up the stairs and you're coughing out blood"
"tell you what, dear. if you could make 1,000,000 people to like a status on your facebook, I'll quit smoking"
post #2195 of 5159
I'd like her

Oh wait, I'm not in that union.
post #2196 of 5159

I had a dumb friend that was depressed and he posted things on facebook about his disorders and posted stuff like "fuck you depression" . He had no reason to be depressed and his family gave him a sizeable portion of their income so he just looked dumb cuz he had no job and he was on facebook all day talking about being depressed like a fucking moron.

post #2197 of 5159
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...the first time she was treated un-SPECIAL.

God needs to throw us back to the monkeys and start over.
post #2198 of 5159
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Originally Posted by suyuper View Post

I had a dumb friend that was depressed and he posted things on facebook about his disorders and posted stuff like "fuck you depression" . He had no reason to be depressed and his family gave him a sizeable portion of their income so he just looked dumb cuz he had no job and he was on facebook all day talking about being depressed like a fucking moron.

People can be depressed even if their parents give them a lot of money, and even if they have no obvious reason to be depressed.
post #2199 of 5159

I've always seen depression as a disorder precisely because you have no reason to be depressed. If you are depressed because your dog died or you are struggling with a rough break up, then nothing is really wrong.
 

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Right, depression isn't just sadness about some sad state of affairs. Typically, the least helpful question to ask a person who is depressed is, "What are you depressed about?" Most often, the person doesn't know. That's a large part of what makes it so hard to tackle.
post #2201 of 5159
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I've always seen depression as a disorder precisely because you have no reason to be depressed. If you are depressed because your dog died or you are struggling with a rough break up, then nothing is really wrong.

 

There's a STARK difference between clinical depression and "boo-hoo, I haz a sad" depression.
post #2202 of 5159
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I've always seen depression as a disorder precisely because you have no reason to be depressed. If you are depressed because your dog died or you are struggling with a rough break up, then nothing is really wrong.

 

In order to cure his depression his parents ought to hurry up and cut him off completely.
post #2203 of 5159
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Originally Posted by suyuper View Post

I had a dumb friend that was depressed and he posted things on facebook about his disorders and posted stuff like "fuck you depression" . He had no reason to be depressed and his family gave him a sizeable portion of their income so he just looked dumb cuz he had no job and he was on facebook all day talking about being depressed like a fucking moron.

Depression's really got to do with what levels of serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine you produce.
post #2204 of 5159
I've run the full gauntlet as far as depression goes. Found what works for me. Constant work, Lexapro, regular exercise and a healty diet, and avoiding alcohol (2 beer max generally). Took a decade to figure out and the develop the discipline to properly execute it, but I got there.

Of course, outside factors will then make it difficult for a person to deal with it...and parents who move beyond supportive to enabling is probably one of them
Edited by Claghorn - 1/28/13 at 4:10am
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I'm with you Claghorn, I got much better when I kicked the alcohol and started working 7 days a week.

Not to mention the fact that often the more money you have, the easier it is to become depressed. I'm part of a the generation where thousands of semi-wealthy parents support their kids who wont or cant find jobs. They lay around the house all day doing nothing and get very seriously depressed. The ones who have got no money get up, go to work and generally live happier lives than the layabouts.
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