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What do you think of depressed/angry people?
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Posted 9/25/13
angry is an illness that also show how weak is u, despress may need more time to relax thier mind
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I feel indifferent and usually just avoid them. If someone is feeling down I'll try and cheer them up, but if they're acting like a dick I just walk away.
Posted 9/25/13
Most people have a reasonable side. I'm not the kind of person that will be kind to you from the get go or attempt to understand you but I'll always show to them hidden moments of love and patience and most of the time I'd make fun of them to even it out if they are starting to like me .
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I've been known to try to help a lot of people who's depressed for who knows what reason. I don't like seeing people depressed if I can do something to at least cheer them up at least and that's what I do. As far as angry people goes...I try to avoid them..I don't want to get slapped if I try to get "in their business" to cheer them up.
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Posted 9/25/13 , edited 9/25/13
People who are depressed: Free hugs
People who are angry:
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I'm one of those people, and to be honest, I don't know anyone else who is. But I do hate myself for always being bitter and depressed. It can't be helped though.
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I tell them that their melancholy is just a waste of energy- that depression is not a disorder, but an emotional state. If people are angry or abrasive, they should direct that anger to something productive like working out, or writing their anger, which, as seen in history, can warrant social change.
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Kakashi_Umino wrote:

I'm one of those people, and to be honest, I don't know anyone else who is. But I do hate myself for always being bitter and depressed. It can't be helped though.


Of course it can be helped. You need to pick apart the aspects of your personality to find the cause of these imposing thoughts in order to come to the solution. Depression makes you think it can't be helped- that nothing can raise the weights that bear down on what is at your core, a happy healthy teenager who needs the rest of the mind to tell her to lift that weight. You don't have to lift it alone though. Find a spotter among your friends who can help raise the weights when depression adds another plate.
Posted 9/25/13 , edited 9/25/13
I was very depressed and angry most of the time before...what really helped immensely was not a doctor or another person.

The gym helped a lot!!

Sometimes the things you eat and a lack of exercise will make you depress and angry and you're always wondering why? (if there are no problems in your life) good eating habits and lots of exercise will change how your body and MIND feel.

So to all depressed and angry people out there: Go to the gym and eat some veggies before bed.

...well, it worked for me.
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kirika202 wrote:

I was very depressed and angry most of the time before...what really helped immensely was not a doctor or another person.

The gym helped a lot!!

Sometimes the things you eat and a lack of exercise will make you depress and angry and you're always wondering why? (if there are no problems in your life) good eating habits and lots of exercise will change how your body and MIND feel.

So to all depressed and angry people out there: Go to the gym and eat some veggies before bed.

...well, it worked for me.


It'd be an honor to get swole with you.
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I was in a depressive state a while back, knowing what my horrors can bring; I try to be more happy. I get depressed sometimes too, and it can even deeply stab me if I'm not careful, nowadays I'm more cheerful and enjoying life as much as I can.

For depressed people, I always want to help them that I never got any of, I persist until I can no longer reach that person and let that person be until they find the resolution themselves or think for themselves on the matter. It may become annoying but I'm genuine on helping them... the fact whenever I get depressed and no one helps me is really hurtful but what can I do? Life, you know. I can lean on my friends but I feel like being depressed will make them depressed or get annoyed the shit by me.

My personality is kind of a double-edged sword, I can easily make people happy and laugh along side with me but whenever I'm depressed is when some people avoid/try not to do too much for me... it sucks a lot...

For Angry people, I seriously try to deal with them in a calm fashion manner where everyone can reach a conclusion where no big harm is made. Got into a conflict recently and in the end, I understood that it's best to choose decisions after taking a break where you're more calm headed to face the angry person head on.

If I have to deal with them and can't back out for a break, then I'll try to refrain from being angry... I tend to be quite hurtful if I do, I have learned. Hypothetically, I think I would back out and say it's not worth doing this with angry emotions and take the high road.

Posted 9/26/13

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KatSerEst wrote:

I'm one of those angry people. Never knew the day would come when I'll be able to "get" Squidward.


You're THAT angry? Yeesh. Watch too much SpongeBob or something?

Eh, angry people are fun to play with. Depressed people can be fun to cheer up.


Why so surprised? There are so many things to be angry or depressed about in this world. Being angry is just my preferred reaction to negative things because I hate being sad. I don't unleash my rage in front of people though because like you said, some people find entertainment from that. It's kinda like cooking marshmallows in a fire. Well yeah it can be fun sometimes... until someone gets burned alive.
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I work with others who sometimes have to deal with depression and anger.

How do you deal with such people? Its a good maturity question, because you will end up, sometime, dealing with situations in which people you know are depressed and angry.

My experience is that its important to note in every case, they are angry and depressed for a reason. That may not be a reason which they can explain easily, but there is always a reason. Anger and depression are a persons natural responses to a situation they cannot cope with. Anger to combat it, depression to self-medicate whatever pain they feel. These are natural emotional responses to something that is bothering them a lot. What that is might not be something happening to them now. It can be something in the past they remember that they cannot heal.

My advice, first, know the situation. Is it safe to be there? If it is not, get out of there! if they want to talk, listening means shutting up most of the time and letting them talk (this is ideal). People sometimes need a sounding board of someone whom they trust to work through their own problems. If this does not happen, don't take it personally they are dealing with a huge amount of issues. The only other thing you can advise them to do is to talk to someone about what is going on, either someone they trust, or someone who has professional credentials to be able to help them through their problems.

I should note that often times most people need a solution to their plight. You cannot always provide one, and it is sometimes best if they figure it out. Sometimes that means someone talking until the realize what is bothering them is not a s bad as they perceive it, or that they can find the strength to fix, handle, or forgive what is bothering them. In this situation, the best you can be is supportive and encouraging.
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Posted 9/28/13 , edited 9/28/13
I was pretty depressed for about year and a half beginning my final year of high school. Now whenever I encounter depressed people, there really isn't anything I can do for them. Because I know from experience the only person who can help you is yourself. I feel bad about it, but other than being polite there is not much else I can do.
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They probably need to get laid. I should know, I'm depressed and angry and I need to get laid!
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