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As mentioned above in some posts, I think the problem a lot of people have with the ‘depression status’ is that all the fat slobs that have never worked a day in their lives claim depression to keep getting their benefit money when really there’s fk all wrong with them. So it takes the emphasis of the actual people who really are suffering. 

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39 minutes ago, jigsaw said:

with all respects ,that is not depression,everyone has ''bad days'' proper clinical depression is totally consuming ...

Your quite right mate

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10 minutes ago, Rabbit Hunter said:

As mentioned above in some posts, I think the problem a lot of people have with the ‘depression status’ is that all the fat slobs that have never worked a day in their lives claim depression to keep getting their benefit money when really there’s fk all wrong with them. So it takes the emphasis of the actual people who really are suffering. 

There probably isn’t as many people doing that as the popular myth would portray I reckon mate.

I think there would be a case to say that many, many people can’t afford to work and that circumstance itself would lead to them feeling depressed.

 

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Depression pah.

People have never had it so easy in this day and age.you only get out of life what you put in.

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1 minute ago, ginger beard said:

Depression pah.

People have never had it so easy in this day and age.you only get out of life what you put in.

Woah!!

What do ya think about that @king??????

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17 minutes ago, Rabbit Hunter said:
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3 minutes ago, Rusty_terrier said:

Woah!!

What do ya think about that @king??????

Its just sad poeople with sad lives labeling themselves with a disorder instead of facing reality that there just sad.

Not all but the vast majority.

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9 minutes ago, ginger beard said:

Depression pah.

People have never had it so easy in this day and age.you only get out of life what you put in.

I know that was posted purely to prevoke a response but anyway, it’s bollocks ! Lol 

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Just now, WILF said:

I know that was posted purely to prevoke a response but anyway, it’s bollocks ! Lol 

What you think life was easier 50,100 years ago.?

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9 minutes ago, ginger beard said:

Depression pah.

People have never had it so easy in this day and age.you only get out of life what you put in.

I know that was posted purely to prevoke a response but anyway, it’s bollocks ! Lol 

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17 minutes ago, ginger beard said:

Its just sad poeople with sad lives labeling themselves with a disorder instead of facing reality that there just sad.

Not all but the vast majority.

People are depressed in all walks of life I can't believe I just read that.

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24 minutes ago, ginger beard said:

What you think life was easier 50,100 years ago.?

Depends what you mean by easier......

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45 minutes ago, WILF said:

There probably isn’t as many people doing that as the popular myth would portray I reckon mate.

I think there would be a case to say that many, many people can’t afford to work and that circumstance itself would lead to them feeling depressed.

 

Yes I know what you’re saying mate, but to me the feelings of worry that we all get from worrying about bills, work etc etc etc is not proper depression, it’s just feeling down, just like enjoying yourself gives you a good feeling.

To me the real depressed people are the ones that have comfortable lives but just can’t pull themselves out of the rut for whatever reason🤷🏻‍♂️

Going back to your previous post about a lot of lads seem to be committing suicide, I agree, but I think it’s a lot more to do with the come down from drugs after a night out. I rarely go out but when I do it’s usually a late binge of too much drink and for days after I feel like shite, can not function properly, so these lads that are on coke at the pubs every weekend it must be 10 times worse?

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1 hour ago, jigsaw said:

by fuk your one selfish bloke,you did her a favour,,you doint have a morsel of an idea what depression is ,i have a sister suffering from it for the last 40 years ,incurable ,shes had top docs /psychiatrists and the rest ,you should really live alone with that attitude ,your no help to anyone ...i sincerely hope none of your family have a dilemma,,youd have no understanding whatsoever as to what is going on ...you should go visit a mental ward and see all the patients and tell em .''for ffs pick yerself up,theres always someone worse than ye '' see how that goes down...

Someone in full health and able bodied claiming to be depressed should go visit a child’s cancer ward and go tell them they struggle with anxiety and see how that goes down......don’t try and judge me mate when you know f**k all about me.....I’m entitled to my opinion on it the same as your are.......the facts are I would find her a burden so I choose not to get involved with her.......I can’t offer professional help and I have my own life to worry about without bringing someone who is “depressed” into it......why would anyone intentionally want to get involved with someone like that? 

 

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2 hours ago, Astanley said:

What it you fall in love with them ,marry her ,and down the line she starts suffering with it ?.....it's not a personality defect mate ,don't get being depressed and suffering clinical  depression mixed up ,you can be cheerful , have a positive outlook ,lead a meaningful ,happy and fulfilling life ,depression comes ,and you face it alone ,you try hard to function whilst trying not to infect loved ones with your deep,deep inexplicable despair ,it's a lonely illness ,often made worse by a person's inability to articulate or explain it to a cynical circle of family and friends .

Then I’d probably leave her and move on mate.....honestly I’ve come to a decision that i won’t get involved with a person like that in a relationship for any reason whatsoever......I know it sounds harsh mate but that’s just the way I feel about it......if there’s nothing I could do to change it then what’s the point in hanging around and trying to?? 

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