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  1. The key to happiness is to buy a waverunner. Have you ever seen anyone sad while riding a waverunner? No.

  2. Because depression is a chemical imbalance, Stacy. It doesn’t give a fuck what you are doing, how many money you’re making, who you are, what your job is, who you’re friends with, who you’re fucking, or anything like that.

  3. Glad there’s a gatekeeper for sadness, shit gets old feeling it all the time.

  4. I’ve spent the past month thinking about killing myself or getting on hard mind numbing drugs… and my life is “okay”, I’m in school, I have a couple of friends and I have a job. Doesn’t mean don’t feel so empty lol.

  5. I kinda get why this person is annoyed. Seeing people better off than you complaining *can* be annoying. Not that they don’t have a right to feel way, or their suffering isn’t as real.

  6. That statement is a paradox because bad mental health means you’re not healthy so you don’t fit the criteria 🤔

  7. Imo, depression is a sickness of luxury. You can’t be depressed if you’re fighting tigers to survive.

    Edit: Downvotes aren’t going to change my opinion.
    PS, I have depression, I do not fight tigers.

  8. I think the point they are making is that people become unhappy by comparing their lives to others, or because they haven’t obtained some ridiculous goal. Lots of people think life sucks simply because they’re not rich and famous. trying to be satisfied by a more simple life isn’t really bad advice.

    I don’t think it was a dig against people suffering from depression.

    Edit: Well I guess giving people the benefit of the doubt is frowned upon here. lol.

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