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why depression?


I am not here to tell you tips of how to cope stress and depression. If you are alive in this world I am pretty sure you would have found one or two yourself. We will talk how and why stress develops, in a very light sense. But why did you- the most motivated and high spirited one, had to think about depression! And why are we talking about this rubbish thing when some people are planning a trip to mars.

If all is the game of money, why that hermit is so calm? If all is the game of intelligence, why the stupid one has a smiling face. And if all is the game of extraordinary, why many of us haven’t died in infancy itself? Actually, the game is a little difficult one. If it had only one parameter, the government surely had a scheme to help. But so sorry, everyone’s life is different and what’s your problem, the other one can never understand. So, stop getting irritated and mad over a person who simply can’t get you ( this one is for me too! But so harsh when it comes to following it ).


Researches cite chemical imbalance as an explanation for mental health conditions. It states that these conditions are caused by an imbalance of neurotransmitters between nerve cells in the brain. Depression is said to be a result of having too little serotonin in the brain. Serotonin transmits messages between nerve cells, and is thought to play a role in appetite, emotions, well being and happiness, among other things.
But theories doesn’t explain how these chemicals become unbalanced in the first place.

Search on how you can increase your serotonin naturally, you will get all kinds of foods in the list- Eggs, green vegetables, milk, soya, oily non-veges, seeds, etc,etc….To conclude eat everything you love, it will definitely raise your serotonin.

We are in a world where a child of 10 is competing everyday for being extraordinary. Youngsters have more problems than the Prime minister. Everyone is wasting their energy in jealousy. The poor has the hunger of money and the rich is even more hungrier. Everyone has the fear of losing what they have. We are more thoughtful about our failures, our success, and other’s success.
But somehow, all this become important. And its so natural ! So, the question is how seriously things should be taken?

Sleep, riches, and health to be truly enjoyed must be interrupted.

— Johann Paul Friedrich Richter


Is this the case with you too? Yes, depression comes over with responsibility and overthinking. That who knows nothing and is responsible for nothing is the happiest. That surely doesn’t means to leave your responsibilities, but think over it. Anciently, when people grew older, they panicked for having responsibilities. But nowadays, the case is that people panic for feeling older first before they have grown responsibilities. Look at the picture below for 5 seconds,

ambigious image
source: i.pinimg

What did you saw FIRST?

Two dramatic, horror trees or a beautiful girl of 22? No, it doesn’t proves if you are depressed or not..
This shows your age, your mentality. What you see is what exists! NO? OK, Lets put things in another perspective.

You might have heard about the theory of relativity. Everything that exists is seen relative to each other. This applies well in emotional life also.
You feel very pressured if someone around you, who is your competitor achieves something. But someone in the other part of the world, who is doing even better doesn’t bother you. Are you not in competition with that person also? But that’s okay, why so?

This is because you are very small and so is your thinking. You get affected only by what you see. You can’t see the broader picture, where anyone winning has the same effect on your existance.
Our brain deals with millions of sensory nerves at a time and millions of reactions are taking place in one second. And among those thousands of information processing in your mind, depression is not the presence of sadness, its essentially the absence of happiness.

So, you cannot control the external events but that’s something really not needed. Try to influence the events with your work and your vision.


Around 800,000 people die due to suicide every year, which is one person every 40 seconds. And the numbers have less people who are physically troubled, but much more who are mentally. Don’t forget that life is an endless opportunity until you quit.

Tell me, what is it you plan to do

with your one wild and precious life.

— Mary Oliver
source: wallpapershome

Blue and green are the favorite colors of more than 60% people around the world. Any guesses why?
Blue and green are often viewed as non-threatening colors. These colors call to mind feelings of calmness and serenity. They are the colors of sky, water, trees. The colors of surety, of existence.
Similar to this, you should have some place, some people, with whom you can share anything and rely upon anytime. That surety that they are yours, will give you all the calmness and strength you need to tackle any situation.

Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.

— Mary Anne Radmacher

So, we came across some contradictory points. What should we finally do? The answer is very organic. Stay positive. Celebrate what you have. But always be aware of what’s happening and stay capable of taking the right decisions.

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