Brain Less Responsive During Depression, But Can Recover
KPaulC at email.msn.com
Tue Aug 24 23:12:42 EST 1999
it's a sorrow.
Ken Collins <KPaulC at email.msn.com> wrote in message
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> from the site:
> "Here we have an objective measure that suggests the brains of depressed
> patients do not function normally," [...]
> no, here we have an example of 'normal' brain function not being
> comprehended, and acknowledged.
> 'depression' is an beautifully-functional, 'engineered'-in, mechanism,
> which survival depends.
> =ALL= attempts to 'fix' 'depression', without, first, comprehending what
> 'depression' is, are destructive to the being.
> things're 'mucked-up' be-cause 'profits' are put before understanding...
> "Wow! We can market this, and we'll never run out of people who will pay
> Sadly, yes they can... because what's been referred to as 'depression' is
> 'just' 'normal' brain function that quiets things while learning cul de
> are being 'backed-out-of'.
> as usual, the villain is Ignorance.
> to disspel such, see AoK, and AP8 in particular... course, since AoK is
> available gratis, one doesn't get to deceive one's self by spending an
> and a leg', into believing that Ignorance submits to 'magic wands'.
> K. P. Collins
> John wrote in message <935046882.921823 at server.australia.net.au>...
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