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Depression as response to reality

Posted by Tancred62 on March 15, 2004, at 15:49:27

I've been thinking lately that perhaps my depression (and perhaps others')is simply a reaction to the fact that life is actually not as great or enjoyable as we want it to (or think in should) be. Perhaps I'm missing that evolutionary component of self-delusion that makes others believe in things like a soul, love, heaven, God, etc. Perhaps the only thing "wrong" with me is that I see things as they are; which is fairly depressing, if you ask me. Perhaps I should embrace my misanthropy and my nihilism.

Any thoughts?




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