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    Sounds like you had the flat affect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guesswho View Post
    Why is this a "feeler" thread?

    What's the difference between a "feeler" experiencing depression and a "thinker experiencing depression?

    None.
    Bless you. Bless you, kind sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Sounds like you had the flat affect.
    Numbness sounds better than flat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guesswho View Post
    Numbness sounds better than flat.
    I guess it's a matter of perception. I just think of flat as emotional flatline.

    Of course people aren't usually truly emotionally flat, but it's described as "feeling nothing" or "feeling empty" or numbness, and they just don't express much.

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    Hey...I just had an idea on how to fix depression.

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    Imagine how it would be like if many people with the same "issue" would get together and have fun.

    I mean, one would be less depressed if he'd just meet with people struggling with the same things. The sense of community and belonging would make them feel better.

    At least it would make me feel better when I'm low. Realizing that I'm not the only one, that there are others. Because when I'm depressed I get really alienated from everything, and others like me fade in my perception as I become the only one who suffers in a world where there's no one else. Till I start feeling fine again.

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    I'm totally spamming this thread

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    I'm a spam queen, so don't feel bad, I understand. :spam2:

    Don't you feel better already?

    What you just described up there is basically the premise behind group therapy, but it could work in other situations, like on-line forums, churches, et al.

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    What you just described up there is basically the premise behind group therapy, but it could work in other situations, like on-line forums, churches, et al.
    Yes, but going out somewhere interesting and having fun is so much better.

    Like a roller coaster ride. There's nothing better for your emotional roller coaster than a real roller coaster

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