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Re: Grief...the most intense form of depression??

Posted by alexandra_k on April 13, 2021, at 17:38:27

In reply to Re: Grief...the most intense form of depression?? sigismund, posted by jay2112 on April 13, 2021, at 13:18:25

I was gonna say 'why not get two kitties'. Uh. Just in case something were to happen to one kitty...

Poverty sucks. It sucks to feel like you live in a prison, too.

I feel a lot like that myself. Over the last couple years, particularly. That I live in a prison. That this whole country is concentration camp island, I call it. It is. To me. For me.

I hear you on the job thing. If you can find a job that feels meaningful it's... I think everybody likes to say 'it's a game changer'. It's the phrase of the times.

Because people insist upon playing their games. Life is fun for some. Those who take all the things and declare themselves to be winners.

They reckon that depression is a kind of grief, yes.

Depression is also a kind of psychomotor retardation. Lack of activity, I mean.

In other words, not having meaningful employment is depression yes.

And grief... It's all about stopping. Being stopped.

Incapacitated. Disabled.

Waiting to die.

Nothing to live for.

It's all related.




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