Why do people get sad/depressed
Depression can be inherited & major depressive disorder is often associated with changes in brain structures or brain function. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/why-do-people-get-sad%26%2347%3Bdepressed ]
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- Why do I sometimes get sad, depressed or agitated after a session...?
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- Did you get sad/depressed reading Twilight Series.?
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- Does anyone else get sad/depressed around their birthdays?
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- When people are nice and sincerely kind to you, do you ever feel scared and or sad/depressed all of a sudden?
- Q: Is so, why do you think this happens? I notice that this happens to me a lot. Whenever someone is nice to me I become very very sad and almost to the point of crying. This used to happen A LOT in childhood, but during high school (no one was nice to me) it stopped. Has this happened to you or do you know why this happens?Spinner: Thank you. You knew exactly what I meant/how I felt. Thank you for understanding and you're right.
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- Why do a lot of people assume black = Goth or Emo and Sad or Depressed??
- Q: I saw a question where someone asked what they called someone who wears a black shirt, regular pants, has skater shoes, and black hair with red tips... a bunch of people said Goth or Emo and said some rude things like "Does it involve cutting?"... I was just wondering why a lot of people assume anything thats black or dark is "Goth" or "Emo" and assume that person is sad or depressed.Goth:http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Gothhttp://dictionary.reference.com/browse/gothEmo:http://www.acronymfinder.com/af-query.asp?Acronym=EMO&p=dictI guess by the first definition I fall into the "Goth" category excluding the makeup and hair. If you ask any of my friends I am the most vibrant and least "sad" "depressed" person in the group. So my question is....Why is black or dark colors always associated with Goth or Emo, thought they originally weren't a clothing style at all..and why is it always associated with being depressed or sad? My guess is because is was associated withdeath or sorrow in the middle ages, during the Bubonic Plague etc. But, I don't see why it has to be associated with that now, we aren't in the middle ages anymore!
- A: Black, starting either around or before the Victorian era, was worn at funerals. Thus, black became associated with death and sorrow. Also, since black isn't technically a natural color found in nature such as red, yellow, green, blue, orange, it is also considered non-conformist. We Goths are said to be non-conformist. Furthermore, psychologically, black can cause a sad or depressed feeling and in the subconcious mind, can represent depression. I don't know exactly why, but that is how the mind works. Also, black has been associated with evil and death, so that is why Goths and Emos are sometimes thought of as bad or satanic people. Very sad, I know. Plus, the media portrays those who are depressed or bad as being people who wear black. Unfortunately, black is seen as an anti-color and white as a symbol of purity. But really, black still connects with the whole wearing of the color to funerals in past centuries.Personally, I love the color black and wear it quite a bit. I don't think it should be used as a way to label someone, and I totally agree that people need to stop hating other just based on appearance. Goths are not always depressed or evil, and Emos are not always crying bisexual cutters trying to commit suicide.
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