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So I was browsing and came across this article in a site I often read. They usually post humor related articles, but with interesting stuff. This is an article by one of their writers who suffers from depression,and pretty much describes in my opinion, what it is like to be depressed. I'd dearly like to give this to some people I know who just don't seem to get it...here it is: http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-facts-everyone-gets-wrong-about-depression/
http://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/breakingbipolar/2013/07/delusional-bipolar-depression-more-common/ I found this really interesting. It basically states that some of the feelings of worthlessness many of us experience in depression are delusions, as believing we are worthless is a false belief. Feeling that everyone hates you, that the world would be better off without you, etc, all is considered delusion by this article. I think the article makes an interesting point. These are false beliefs, which is a basic definition of delusion. We recognize that we're symptomatic, but these things arent typically 'diagnosed' or treated as delusions. thoughts?
Guest posted a topic in Academic Interests - Geek Out While You Freak Outhttp://www.ribbonfarm.com/2009/11/21/morality-compassion-and-the-sociopath/ I can't really say whether the author is correct or not, but I found this article very interesting.