Depression Sufferers Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 Depression Sufferers Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Depression Sufferers Sayings By Sarah Hackley: Depression affects almost 80% of migraine sufferers at one time or another. People with migraine, Depression affects almost 80% of migraine sufferers at one time or another. People with migraine, especially chronic migraine, also are more likely to experience intense anxiety and to have suicidal tendencies. If we want to live happy and joyful lives with migraine, it is vital that we acknowledge and deal with the emotional realities of the disease. — Sarah Hackley
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Depression Sufferers Sayings By Joshua Wolf Shenk: Creeping fear of madness often accompanies depression. Sufferers wonder if their black moods will ever Creeping fear of madness often accompanies depression. Sufferers wonder if their black moods will ever lift, or if their feelings of alienation from the healthy world will deepen and widen. "These fears are at least fifty percent of what it is to be melancholy," says Lauren Slater, a clinical psychologist who has written about her struggles with mental illness. "If you were to be really, really depressed but know that it was going to end in five days, it wouldn't be depression. The terror is in what the future holds. — Joshua Wolf Shenk
Depression Sufferers Sayings By Michael Redhill: Sufferers of depression have 'episodes' the same way those who suffer from multiple sclerosis do. Sufferers of depression have 'episodes' the same way those who suffer from multiple sclerosis do. It comes, wipes the floor with you, and then somehow returns you to the world. But it comes back. — Michael Redhill
Depression Sufferers Sayings By Sally Brampton: The terrible truth about depression, and the part of its nature that terrifies me the The terrible truth about depression, and the part of its nature that terrifies me the most, is that it appears to operate beyond reason; feelings happen to you for no apparent cause. Or rather, there is usually an initial cause, a 'trigger'as they say in therapeutic circles, but in severe depression the feelings of sadness, grief, loneliness and despair continue long after the situation has resolved itself. It is as if depression has a life of its own, which is perhaps why so many sufferers refer to it as a living thing, as some sort of demon or beast. — Sally Brampton
Depression Sufferers Sayings By William Styron: Most people in the grip of depression at its ghastliest are, for whatever reason, in Most people in the grip of depression at its ghastliest are, for whatever reason, in a state of unrealistic hopelessness, torn by exaggerated ills and fatal threats that bear no resemblance to actuality. It may require on the part of friends, lovers, family, admirers, an almost religious devotion to persuade the sufferers of life's worth, which is so often in conflict with a sense of their own worthlessness, but such devotion has prevented countless suicides. — William Styron
Depression Sufferers Sayings By Elizabeth Wurtzel: In a typical mental health catch-22, the alienating nature of depression tends to keep its In a typical mental health catch-22, the alienating nature of depression tends to keep its sufferers from finding their way to the very support groups that might help them. — Elizabeth Wurtzel
Depression Sufferers Sayings By David Karp: Sufferers of depression, who can elect to keep their feelings private, experience chronic, unremitting emotional Sufferers of depression, who can elect to keep their feelings private, experience chronic, unremitting emotional alienation. Each moment spent "passing" as normal deepens the sense of disconnection generated by depression in the first instance. In this regard, depression stands as a nearly pure case of impression-management. For depressed individuals, the social requirement to "put on a happy face" requires subjugation of an especially intense inner experience. Yet, nearly unbelievably, many severely depressed people "pull off the act" for long periods of time. The price of the performance is to further exacerbate a life condition that already seems impossibly painful — David Karp
Depression Sufferers Sayings By William Styron: It has to be emphasized that if the pain were readily describable most of the It has to be emphasized that if the pain were readily describable most of the countless sufferers from this ancient affliction would have been able to confidently depict for their friends and loved ones (even their physicians) some of the actual dimensions of their torment, and perhaps elicit a comprehension that has been generally lacking; such incomprehension has usually been due not to a failure of sympathy but to the basic inability of healthy people to imagine a form of torment so alien to everyday experience. — William Styron
Depression Sufferers Sayings By Jeffrey Kluger: All behavioral or mood disorders - including depression, OCD, ADHD and addiction - have some All behavioral or mood disorders - including depression, OCD, ADHD and addiction - have some neurochemical components, but sufferers can still work to overcome them. — Jeffrey Kluger