Sunday, October 30, 2011
Ahaha what?! The FDA and other government agencies "fight" against drug dependence and addiction and such, yet they let people get prescribed antidepressants more than they get therapy for evaluation of their mental health. It's a sad place to be when you're more apt to get medication than you are to get some real attempts of figuring out what's wrong with you. I'm not sure if political socialization solely is a way for people to stop being so depressed, most of the time it's because they're reclusive and don't get out often. It's the game effect, can you imagine going into a stadium with thousands of people having a great time and screaming at the top of their lungs with morale while you're all sad and looking at the ground hating life? It's a rare case when that happens, reason being is because as humans we feed off of other people's energy, and if the energy is negative, our energy becomes negative. If our energy was already negative, and their energy is neutral, our energy stays negative. Without a doubt getting involved in the Occupy movement, or any movement for that matter (that you believe in) will indeed make you less depressed, because you feed off of all that positive energy that people are sending off, and unless you are at the end stages of depression (suicidal thoughts/attempted suicide) you are without a doubt going to be supercharged by this positive energy... Like a battery! That's not to say that people with horrible depression can't get charged by this energy as well, most of the time they just have a psychological barrier up that filters good energy and just sucks up the bad energy, which is a personal problem, not a disease/illness.