Depression is real, and many people deal with it daily… For some it is a manageable reality and to others it can be life ending.
I think to some degree we all deal with it, I know I have…
The fallout from depression of loved ones and people we admire such as Robin Williams leaves us as stunned survivors, shaken in disbelief. We are struck with shock and left with questions such as, “How could someone who “had it all” want to take his own life? and “If someone with so much talent, intelligence, money, fame, prestige, along with such close friends and family could take his own life, where does that leave the rest of us with so much less?”
Try this to help with your anxieties
via Robin Williams Death as a Wake-Up Call – 12 Ways To Fight Depression.
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We live in a police state populated by psychopaths where the average American has been reduced to the status of a powerless, clueless slave, existing only to make rich men richer and with nothing left over at the end of each billing cycle to spend on themselves or put back in savings. As far as I am concerned, life in this country at this point has no clear redeeming quality. What’s not to be depressed about? Anyone who’s happy in this country right now is a lunatic, an idiot, or part of the problem…