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depression poll

are you depressed?  

18 members have voted

  1. 1. are you depressed?

    • yes
      9
    • no
      10


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Guest jroo

yes or no? do you consider yourself to be a depressed person? on any level. life, job, home, anything.

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Originally posted by weyes

do you mean in general or due to a particular situation or problem?

pretty much just in general. yeah, some particular things could ruin everything for you general mood. but im talking day in and day out. you have to be able to put those special issues on the back burner to remain sane. but it can be pretty fucking hard at times. so my question is in general. day to day.

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nah. i feel i'm lucky overall. sure i have ups and downs like everyone else, but hell who doesnt, and shit when i see people sleeping on benches in the park, begging for money, homeless, etc. i realize that i am lucky, and i shouldt complain, 'cos overall i have alot to be thankful for

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This isn't a yes or no question for me. I have blue periods now and again and always have since I was a teenager. But, overall I think I'm a positive person and I feel very blessed in my life. Now when I feel a blue period coming on, I seek help (therapy), exercise, journal, talk to friends and family. The key is to keep yourself from feeling isolated and to hit the depression head on with any and every tool you have. You gotta reach for joy in your life with both hands, you know?

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I am generally a happy go lucky type of person. I can usually see the bright side of a bad situation. I am not saying that I am miss sunshine all of the time, but generally I try to keep positive. I have realized that things usually end up working out in the end so there is no point in getting down and upset.

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I find when I'm by myself I get to thinking to much and bring myself down. Its crazy because I am like the happiest person. I really have a lot to be happy about and I am. Everyone has their up's and down's. We all just have to deal with it.

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Some very good and positive feedback on the subject. yet depression is winning 8-5. you guys are great, i agree with what everyone put so far.

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Originally posted by Kuro

I'm surprised that so many people answered "no".

i am too. :(:confused:

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Originally posted by vicman

those must be some good drugs you have there jroo

why do you say that? you mean from my ankle? i havent taken any in a while. still have a bunch of Vicodins. and a refill left. i havent even gotten fucked up off of them. crazy.

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i feel ya man. i remember when i used to be out driving to and from work going over 100 mph and not caring. and being on twisty roads with tons of trees on each side thinking that i could get my speed up really high and just not turn the wheel. but i might live through that shit and that would really suck. if i go, i want it to be jumping out of a plane 20,000 feet up, with a parachute on. so if i change my mind i can pull it. but i feel a lot better than that now.

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Originally posted by jroo

i feel ya man. i remember when i used to be out driving to and from work going over 100 mph and not caring. and being on twisty roads with tons of trees on each side thinking that i could get my speed up really high and just not turn the wheel.

i drive like that now but it has nothing to do with depression...

but it sucks to hear that you felt that way. :(

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