December 2, 2022

5 thoughts on “Study debunks chemical imbalance theory of depression

  1. They’ve finally come to the realisation that anti-depressants are a scam, which I found out a couple of decades ago. I actually tried to kill myself when I was on them!
    The question now is, when are they going to start taking legal action against these evil pharmaceutical companies and shut them down, permanently.
    The elite rich parasites that own these pharma companies should spend the rest of their lives in prison!

      1. Human-beings have suffered from depression our whole existence without medication and we’ve always gotten over it. Everybody deals with depression in their own way and some things work for some, and not others. The mind is a very powerful tool in healing, not just mentally, but physically too. Depression is part of the human experience and the most common remedy is time. I’ve found that talking to friends and family helps a lot because we are social beings and need contact with others, but sometimes we just have to sought our problems out on our own, and that will take time and eventually pass.
        One remedy that helps me is putting on some happy music that I like to sing and dance to, or watching stand-up comedy on YouTube.
        You’ll find what works best for you, but ultimately it’s time, and mind over matter. You are on a journey and nothing ever remains the same, just as your state of depression will change and life goes on, as it should. 🙂

  2. “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” – Jiddu Krishnamurti

    1. True Nathan…I remember that quote…I think from one of those excellent Academy of Ideas presentations. And good that Shane survived the predation of pHARMa. Yet another manifestation of their parasitic business model, founded on pseudoscience/quackery. And I would suggest that the global-parasites behind pHARMa deserve life in a very bad prison [such as exist in the USA] at the very least.

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