About Me: Male, 38, Brisbane, Australia, member since Oct 2011
I am 30 years old. Have been taking depression medication for 12 years and believe it's time for a new approach to mental health. Depression does not have to be a life-long ailment. Rather we need to re-train our minds out of the depressive behaviours that rule our live
[More]s. If we all rely on medication as a be all and end all then society will continue to pass on these negative behaviours and the understanding of the true nature of how our minds work will continue to be misunderstood and ignored.
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