Personally I'd rather feel bad then feel nothing, for me that would be more worrying.
If I was numbed out on meds I might not be aware of how much better I feel now.
But it's this that tells me I was right to refuse the medication unlike true depressives who would never feel better without it.
|Sound familiar ?|
Of course every individual is the product of the circumstances of their own life, but being
|You will be assimilated.|
Depression is a sick emotion not a physical illness, although it can manifest that way, but the core of the problem is a feeling and as empathic beings we are capable of tuning it to each others emotions.
I have cried with friends over something they have lost and felt their joy when good things happen, bawled my eyes out at a sad film and cried and cheered over a happy ending.
Unless you are made of stone I think it would be very hard to watch news footage of the worlds disasters and not feel some degree of sympathy for the victims.
Some feelings are more contagious then measles and I have known people in whose company I have felt emotionally drained after any period of time, simply because they are always on a downer.
Is it not possible that the planets depressed ?
Perhaps those who truly experience depression as suffering are just more in tune with the state of the world.