❥𝕁𝕒𝓬𝓺uℯlιɴe❁ asked 3 months ago

Do you consider depression to be a more rampant issue of modern times? (Have you ever experienced this phenomenon?) If so, how long was it till you felt better?

No. People are just more open and educated about it

yes. well for me some days are good and other days aren't so good

kelcey

I think the people who say depression levels haven't changed are perhaps out of touch in this regard. I think there are way too many depressed people for this to be normal/natural; I think it makes sense given how pathological society is; I think whatever

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inhahe

I think it may just be better diagnosed/more awareness. That’s something that they actually screen for at the pediatrician’s.

LaDamaX

I consider depression as tiredness

J1smith

yes

xvilyv

I have suffered from clinical depression between when I was 13 up to when I was 25. I periodically still experience minor episodes, but I am better now. I do not know whether depression is more common today or whether it is just better conceptualized and

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Qafka

The illness is as old as humankind I suppose. Though what we often refer to by that term is not an illness but a temoprary state of our soul that doesn't stay longer than a day. I had deep sad times in my life that lasted much longer than that and I consid

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Kate

Yes. Depression and anxiety it seems. I don't know if depression but I go thru times where I feel an immense sadness, a deep emptiness that makes me want to sleep forever. Also I avoid talking to other people and even go out (except for the obligated task

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Um, I don't know that it's a modern phenomenon, I think if a teenager went to his dad in 1913 and talked about depression he'd probably get cursed out and/or smacked, so I'm guessing people generally kept it to themselves - plus there was no emo tumblr pag

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