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    Quote Originally Posted by norman bates View Post
    and how you would define the mood of those examples?
    They don't make me feel sad.

    If music makes me feel sad with the emotion, then it is depressing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atsizat View Post
    They don't make me feel sad.
    but sadness and depression aren't the same thing.
    Feelings that can overlap, but still those are different things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norman bates View Post
    but sadness and depression aren't the same thing.
    Feelings that can overlap, but still those are different things.
    At times, it can give anger but sadness is part of depression.

    A depressed person is a sad person.

    Depression is sad and it can also give anger to the person. But that anger comes from sadness so that is how it can be related to depression.


    So you find none of Ennio Morricone music pieces I shared depressing either, I take it.

    For example, I threw my laptop, chair, table out of the window at the apartment with ANGER. That anger is related to depression, which comes from sadness.

    And I was drunk. Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atsizat View Post
    At times, it can give anger but sadness is part of depression.

    A depressed person is a sad person.

    Depression is sad and it can also give anger to the person.
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/b...and-depression
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    I would rather be drunk and happy! I know it can change pretty fast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
    I would rather be drunk and happy! I know it can change pretty fast...
    I took 21 antidepressant pills at once. My aim was not suicide because I am well aware that those pills are not lethal. I was using antidepreasan for a while but it was giving me no change in terms of feelings so I started increasing the dose day by day.

    One day I took 21 pills at once (100 mg Selectra), wondering if it would ever give me any sorts of feeling at all, which was a far higher dose than I had used previous days.

    I fell into sleep without remembering when I slept. That's all that happened.

    When I woke up, I was on my bed but something was wrong. I had shoulder dislocation (right one) in my sleep because Thats the way I woke up on my bed. Then I called ambulance with pain. This happened like 15 days ago or a little more. Since then I cannot use my right arm.

    My arm was looking like that a while ago

    IMG-20200409-WA0000.jpg

    I never had any problem with stomach or anything but shoulder dislocation. That was the problem.


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    They didn't wash my stomach in hospital because I had taken pills long hours before. They were already in my blood. The only reason I was in hospital was the pain of my right arm, which was because of the shoulder dislocation. I learnt why I was having all that pain in my right arm when I was in the hospital. The shoulder dislocation.
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    Danm! I really hope you have someone to speak with! Sorry to hear you have a serious problem. Alcohol is definitely not a good idea. Maybe you should be careful with being exposed to things that invoke heavy feelings. Sometimes I like to feel good with easy listening and easy reading. Something to take away heavy thoughts. Best wishes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atsizat View Post
    I took 21 antidepressant pills at once. My aim was not suicide because I am well aware that those pills are not lethal. I was using antidepreasan for a while but it was giving me no change in terms of feeling so I started increasing the dose day by day.

    One day I took 21 pills at once (100 mg Selectra), which was a far higher dose than I had used previous days.

    I fell into sleep without remembering when I slept.

    When I woke up, I was on my bed but something was wrong. I had shoulder dislocation (right one) in my sleep because Thats the way I woke up on my bed. Then I called ambulance with pain. This happened like 15 days ago or a little more. Since then I cannot use my right arm.

    My arm was looking like that a while ago

    IMG-20200409-WA0000.jpg
    seriously you should be careful with those things and ask for advice to an expert.
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    This topic is going into state of utter weirdness. One says it is depressing the other says it is not and now we have a picture of banded up dick(or what it is) to admire.
    Sorry I should not have joined in this discussion ever.
    Last edited by erki; Apr-25-2020 at 09:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erki View Post
    This topic is going into state of utter weirdness. One says it is depressing the other says it is not and now we have a picture of banded up dick(or what it is) to admire.
    Sorry I should not have joined in this discussion ever.
    Let's get as depressed as possible.


    Music compesed by Francis Lai

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=T9VlnK8kXOo
    Last edited by atsizat; Apr-25-2020 at 11:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atsizat View Post
    I took 21 antidepressant pills at once. My aim was not suicide because I am well aware that those pills are not lethal. I was using antidepreasan for a while but it was giving me no change in terms of feelings so I started increasing the dose day by day.

    One day I took 21 pills at once (100 mg Selectra), wondering if it would ever give me any sorts of feeling at all, which was a far higher dose than I had used previous days.

    I fell into sleep without remembering when I slept. That's all that happened.

    When I woke up, I was on my bed but something was wrong. I had shoulder dislocation (right one) in my sleep because Thats the way I woke up on my bed. Then I called ambulance with pain. This happened like 15 days ago or a little more. Since then I cannot use my right arm.

    My arm was looking like that a while ago

    IMG-20200409-WA0000.jpg

    I never had any problem with stomach or anything but shoulder dislocation. That was the problem.


    Edit:

    They didn't wash my stomach in hospital because I had taken pills long hours before. They were already in my blood. The only reason I was in hospital was the pain of my right arm, which was because of the shoulder dislocation. I learnt why I was having all that pain in my right arm when I was in the hospital. The shoulder dislocation.
    How long did u sleep?
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    Isn't it boring
    to dip your puffy eyes,
    every day, into a jelly of clouds?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamme View Post
    How long did u sleep?
    Something like a few hours but I had taken pills long before. It took so long for them to have effect. I was awake with no effect at all for very long time before I actually fell into sleep.
    Last edited by atsizat; Apr-25-2020 at 12:08.

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    I tried 2 listen and I was like I DONT WANNA DIEEE, quit after a minute.
    'Listen, Mister god!
    Isn't it boring
    to dip your puffy eyes,
    every day, into a jelly of clouds?'

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    You're lucky you don't have a withered arm! Enough of this drama! Let's get back to good, healthy, normal depression!

    Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings is a good one. I think the French associate this with "romance gone wrong" or "unrequited love." Barber was gay, and his partner & him were going to buy a house, then the partner backed out, and got married to a woman. That's what I think it's about.
    Last edited by millionrainbows; Apr-25-2020 at 14:36.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erki View Post
    This topic is going into state of utter weirdness. One says it is depressing the other says it is not and now we have a picture of banded up dick(or what it is) to admire.
    Sorry I should not have joined in this discussion ever.
    Ha haaa! LOL

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