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People with depression are more likely to say certain words -
I enjoyed listening to Richie's monologue on the BBC report about a drive to get young children to report any mental health issues they may have.

Is it just me or should alarm bells ring whenever we here the establishment and their entourage of wishful thinking do-gooders endlessly promote the concept of mental health? MH is a codeword for compliance or correct socialisation. Their aim to ensure that most of us ordinary plebs conform to the same mindset and behaviour. Indulging in booze, gambling and online gaming are fine as long as our activities can be monitored and easily contained. 

Nothing depresses me more than more talk about depression. Nothing cheers me up than the realisation that more and more of us are waking up to new Huxleyan agenda.
Bipolar disorder: an introduction to this serious mental disorder
Symptoms of depression in men and how they differ from those in women
The best meditation tips for people with anxiety (from someone with anxiety)
Out-of-sync biological clock could be linked to depression -

Unveiling the depths of the human psyche: psychedelics may unlock parts of the mind that are normally inaccessible -
Mind-centered techniques that can help you heal your arthritis -
Here's why a disrupted sleeping pattern could increase your risk of depression -
 Jeremy Corbyn has warned “perfect storm” of economic pressures facing British workers is fuelling a mental health “epidemic” -
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