-63It is selfish to have kids. Life is terrible and we need to die out in order to keep our own kind from this suffering in the world. Everyone dies, everyone suffers, chances are you are suffering from something while reading this and if not, brace yourself cause it's coming...maybe That's why I think its SELFISH to keep bringing children into this world all because we want companionship, and we want kids, to see what our kids look like and will become. Well guess what you did, you had a kid and subjected it to a world of pain, and suffering. Think of all the children in st judes right now, amirite? More
+26Do you think that the governments and the the society in general are sufficiently aware of the prevalence of the mental illness in our societies. The experts and specialists in mental illness predict that more than the third of the population of Canada will suffer from a mild( troubles of anxiety) or serious (bipolarity) bouts of mental illness in the coming years. It's worrying. amirite?
German composer Robert Schumann was self admitted to a mental asylum where he was diagnosed with "psychotic melancholia" Among other things, he couldn't get the musical note "A" out of his head. Do obsessive Trump haters suffer the same mental illness? More
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+11Some people tell me how many friends they have and how much those friends and family care about them. The next time you or a friend are in the hospital, or need help recovering from an injury or illness, count how many people show up when you really need them for moral support.
+13Help By: omegaopinions March 27, 2018 As most people know, depression a mental illness that is caused by a number of things. One thing that causes depression, as Hellen Farrell from TED-ED states, “The abnormal transmission or depletion of certain neurotransmitters.” Today, I will be arguing to why people with depression shouldn’t think it’ll go away without help from doctors or medications because depression is harmful both mentally and physically, and overpopulated. Physically, depression can be harmful because people may commit suicide. As Ann Pietrangelo from Healthline says, “350 million: number of people people worldwide who suffer from depression” This number is quite large, and suicide is not an uncommon thing. People may also affect their body in ways like changes in appetite. Mentally, people will have symptoms that make them feel certain ways. Some symptoms that support this are feeling worthless or guilty, or low mood. Now, some people out there say “Depression isn’t real!”. To those people, i’d like you to keep in mind that some people with depression may look fine, but are actually suffering from this ever-growing illness. Too many people have depression. As said earlier, 350 million people worldwide have depression. Though this number may seem small compared to the 7 billion people on this earth, as Hellen Farrell states, ”According to the National Institute of Mental Health, it takes the average person suffering with a mental illness over 10 years to ask for help,” With the 3 million people who get depression each year in the U.S alone, it won’t take long before more and more people get depression. Lots of people think they can treat depression by themselves, and they’ll be “fine” and “can handle themselves.” Now, I don’t want to make those people feel worse, but depression isn’t something you can just get over. Just like you can’t get over a broken leg, or a dislocated shoulder. You need help to treat those things, and there are lots of people who can help. It is important to treat depression, and there are natural treatments such as these from Morgan Griffin from WebMD, “...Set goals...Eat Healthy...Try to Have Fun.” That’s all for today. Hopefully, this speech has educated you on the effects of depression. And to those who have depression, I hope that now you know what you’re facing, you can help yourself make the right choice. You now know why people with depression shouldn’t think it’s treatable with help from others or medications because it is harmful both mentally and physically, and is overpopulated. Thank you for listening to me.
Should I vote for a political candidate who supports letting people with pre-existing mental illness purchase firearms, and denies people with pre-existing mental illness the health insurance they need to treat their illness?
Does "mental illness" really exist or is that just a punitive term to describe those who think unorthodoxly?