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Dark Raven XDark Raven X Laugh hard, run fast,be kindRegistered User regular
edited June 2013 in Help / Advice Forum

Oh brilliant
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  • DemerdarDemerdar Registered User regular
    edited February 2012
    Go see a therapist.

    Honestly, going to the doctor and getting some meds for depression doesn't do anything to really stop depression. I would really only trust a therapists recommendation for any prescriptions.

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  • TheMadHuntsmanTheMadHuntsman Registered User
    I agree with Demerdar. The thing is, depression is a chemical imbalance of certain chemicals in the brain-psychomatic factors notwithstanding. If you have relationship issues, you ought to discuss that with a therapist: medication may cure your medically caused symptoms, but personal issues can be best served with an honest session with a good therapist. It's a bit like, say, high blood pressure: you can adjust for things by taking a pill, but that's not the only solution, and shouldn't be your only mode of treatment.

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