At 8/10/12 04:08 AM, WetFins wrote:
There's a common treatment for a range of "psychological disorders" so prevalent in today's society. Ah yes, it is of course a healthy dosage of MAN THE FUCK UP.
This is already sounding like an idiotic, republican style rant
Agoraphobia? I don't give a shit if the thought of going out gives you a panic attack, suck it up and go out anyway.
If you don't give a shit, shut the fuck up
Depression? Yeah, there's something wrong with your brain cos you ain't enjoying life. Never mind the fact that objectively your life is shitty, or maybe you've just recently lost a loved one. I think there'd be something wrong with your brain if you didn't feel depressed in certain circumstances.
Some people literally can't help but be depressed, and you're already sounding like an asshole
Generalized anxiety/being a pussy? Yeah I'm not surprised you have generalized anxiety being raised in this mollycoddly society. You must feel like such a vulnerable, fragile, sensitive person. A strong dosage of man up would clear this right up. You didn't see soldiers in the war running for treatment for anxiety, and they were in a fucking warzone for gods sake, not caccooned in a house.
Well, their trained for those warzones, first of all. It's why when they come home they're still in a combat situation. Second of all, not everyone is a trained military soldier
People these days, if they feel bad in any way, they run to the doctors.
I have chronic depression, and often get infections or some form of illness, and I have never gone to a doctor
Feeling bad, having problems, being stressed... it's a part of life. It doesn't mean there's something wrong with you medically. These are all just labels. People think they need extensive treatment for problems so that they feel 100% good before they do something. As a culture we are obsessed with happiness, and when we don't have it we think there's something seriously wrong, something that requires urgent medical attention. You haven't got a disorder, you're just a human being with a human life, quit complaining and just ride through it.
You sir, have a terrible case of generalization. You need a massive dosage of "Simmer way the fuck down and shut up"
Just because you're not in a good mood doesn't mean you're doing something wrong or there is something wrong. Positive emotions and experiences are just a small percentage of what the brain is designed to offer you.
Again, I have chronic depression, and I'm a schizotype, and I quite literally never go to doctors