We ‘depressives’ are prone to taking what others say too seriously. And if taking what they say too seriously flips us into depression, then it’s just not worth it.
Those who are prone to despair, for whatever reason, I give the short label ‘depressives’; I am not an advocate of psychiatry. It is just a convenient label.
I could call us ‘despairives’ but it doesn’t feel right, so I am stuck with the term depressive. By this term I mean all those who may be doctor-labelled depressives: acute, chronic, bipolar, those ”with some mood disorder”, as I have been labelled.
But back to the main point: it is simply not worth it to take what people say too seriously, whatever it is, if it triggers a period of gloom.
Why do I say this?
Well because most people who say whatever we don’t like, or can’t cope with or who…
View original post 348 more words