No it is not true because i am able to got rid of it after 15 years and all i found that anti depressant are like tylenol which help in curing from fever but does not very much help in reason of fever like you have a fever because of joundice.tylenol gives you temporary relief from fever but does not cure from joundice.So please try to understand your own brain.If it is not damage with accident,then you can fix it yourself.Anti depressant helps only temporary like tylenol but helps little in curing depression.View Thread
After 15 years fighting with depression now i am cure from this disease and I can tell that this is a curable too and not believing in that it is only controllable.All it took me one hit when guy was fixing my computer virus while fixing he said only one thing how he is getting rid of virus and later i thought on that word and am able to cure myself.Now I have normal thoughts.I enjoy everything which I used to do before my depression which doctor or medical science says"CLINICAL DEPRESSION"started.So please don't think that your brain has permanant changes and you have to manage your life accordingly.My life is still the same but I am cured depression completelyView Thread
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