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This is kind of what I was saying: http://investigation.discovery.com/criminals/seria... No mention of depression. But psychopath yes.
Not being rude but the encyclopedia of serial killers both first and second edition show depression, bipolar, and several other illness being rampant among killers. Depression just isn't "worthy" of many writing about. Again not being rude js
I don't find you rude. I've just witnessed many people go through depression, either because of a chemical imbalance, divorce, loss of employment, trauma, break up, postpartum and not everyone goes out and kills people. That's ridiculous.
Oh of course not. I personally suffer with it and bipolar and I am not homicidal. Just a possibility.
I think it would all boil down to whether or not the depressed person was experiencing psychosis. Same thing with any other type of mental illness. Not everyone experiences psychosis though, but I think that's more than likely a huge factor. I agree
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I agree about the meds. There are actually even medications for other illnesses that cause people to have bad thoughts. I have a 16 year old that was on Keppra for Seizures and that medicine had him an emotional mess, so we tried something else.