On depression

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  1. dranjesh profile image42
    dranjeshposted 9 years ago

    Can ghosts and possession be a cause of depression ? Yes !!

    Spiritual research has suggested this to be an important cause which is often missed.

    Do see my hubs for interesting research findings and also send in your comments for the same.


    1. HerpesAntidote profile image36
      HerpesAntidoteposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hello Dear,

      To me, it is the thought of ghosts that causes problems. If you focus on higher energy, no ghost can bother you.

      Lots of love

      1. belief713 profile image74
        belief713posted 9 years agoin reply to this

        Or a fancy way of saying "resist the devil and he will flee from you"

        1. dana825 profile image57
          dana825posted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Which is another way of resist your own demons. YOU CREATE YOUR OWN DEMONS and what you may interpret as "ghosts."

        2. dana825 profile image57
          dana825posted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Which is another way of resist your own demons. YOU CREATE YOUR OWN DEMONS and what you may interpret as "ghosts."

    2. profile image0
      MangoGirlposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Well, yes. But I still don't believe that an exorcist would be a relevant alternative of formal therapy. smile

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    SarahMichelleposted 9 years ago

    I wish people were more active here - people need to TALK ABOUT THIS STUFF!!!!!!!!!!  Ask me - I'll talk about it.  smile

    1. aka-dj profile image77
      aka-djposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Will you talkabout it? Please. big_smile

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    SarahMichelleposted 9 years ago

    AKA  - I know its been 2 weeks.  But sure.  I'M SO DEPRESSED TONITE.  It sucks.  I don't feel like there is much to be hanging on for.  I am laying on my bed with my computer dreading tomorrow and wanting to sleep.  Hating myself and not having much control. I am really tempted to cut.  I am so tired.  I just want my best friend to come and hold me until its all over.  But thats not happening.  What am I supossed to do?  I am so done with this.  I start a new medication tomorrow.  Wonderful.  I just love that. I hope it helps.  I don't know who I really am or want to be right now.  I just want the pain that is taking hold of my heart and soul to GO AWAY.   

    And don't get on this thread and be rude.  You have no clue. 

    How was that for a beginning description?

    1. Ron Montgomery profile image59
      Ron Montgomeryposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I was there a few days ago.  It lasted 3 days and hurt like hell, but now that it has passed it's hard to describe how I felt. Lonely-certainly, no control, and just dull pain.

      What kind of med are you starting?  Have you tried any before?

    2. Mrvoodoo profile image60
      Mrvoodooposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hey Sarah, sorry to hear you're really down, I'm rubbish at advice so can't really offer you any, but cutting yourself probably ain't a great idea. 

      I too am lying on my bed staring at my computer, and often feel like there isn't much to be hanging around for, but then I think that there are a million things in this world that are out to kill me, and sooner or later one of them will, why help them out.

      I kind of think that when you get to the point of thinking of ending it, then you have lost your fear of death, and when you've lost all fear of death, and embrace it, you are totally free.  And if it becomes a serious consideration, then at least go do some crazy shit first, go travel somewhere wild, fuck swimming with dolphins as something to do before you die, try and rob a bank, attempt to steal the Mona Lisa or the worlds biggest diamond, or maybe if your life no longer holds any value to yourself use it to help somebody else, write hubs like crazy and donate all the money to orphans.  Or right a hub about how you're feeling right now, maybe it'll help somebody else in the same situation relate at a later date and not feel so alone.

      Anyways told you I was rubbish with advice, hope you get the hug you need, and best of luck with your new meds.

      Take care.

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    SarahMichelleposted 9 years ago

    Ron - Yes I have been on meds for a few years. I am cutting out the Celexa and switching to Zoloft.  It was that or another type of pills that would just make me gain weight...no way.  I am glad you are out of your latest episode.  It hurts so much. 

    MrVoodoo - Cutting is a way I cope. Nope - certainly not the most brilliant idea I ever came up with.  Your advice is fine.  Lol.  I tend to get a little impulsive when I quit feeling all together.  Just to feel. And you have some great ideas:)

    Still laying here doing nothing.  Has anybody had any experience with this drug switch?

    1. Mrvoodoo profile image60
      Mrvoodooposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I cut an 'X' into my chest once with a razor (it's still there), but it was more out of boredom than anything else.  Um, that's kind of irrelevant I guess so anyways I hope you got to sleep OK, if not maybe you'll get a laugh from this: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3159/280 … ?t=1053139 , it gave me a laugh and cheered me up. smile    *Click to enlarge

      Got to sleep now, 4 in the morning here, urgh!!!

      Take care.

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    SarahMichelleposted 9 years ago

    Thanks so much.  Slept but got up too early for it to matter.  Bit of a zombie today.  Had therapy too and it didn't really help today lol.  Blah.  Maybe I'll sleep NOW.


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