I would like to share my thought about this subject. When you felt down, depressed and someone was with you at that time, have you ever been told something like "why are you feeling so down? Look at hungry people in Africa or someone who doesn't have legs, hands, etc..."? I'm sure you all know this. And it's so easy to say such things, but things are never so easy, because even people that should be happy aren't sometime happy or are even depressed or suicidal. Like famous people like actors. In my country one of our famous singers committed suicide about 4 years ago. Well, he had lots of money, he had family, he wasn't alone, he was physically completely healthy and yet he suffered from depressions. I don't know exactly what troubled him, but there probably was some reason since it led him to suicide. And if i personally look at it, it can be hard for me to understand it. Because i have no job, i don't have money, i'm definitely not financially secured, i am lonely, nobody here for me. So people like me must think, why someone famous like that is having depressions or even wants to to kill himself? Wish i was on his place, because his life is complete opposite to my life. But on the other hand, of course there are people with worse problems than i'm having. I am physically completely healthy too. But, you know, things aren't that simple. We all have our lives shaped somehow and we are living in it. You can tell for example that someone without legs is having much bigger problem than someone with huge debts, but yet the person with depts can be screwed if he can't get out from it. Or even loneliness or other reasons that seems to be insignificant in comparison to some people who doesn't have legs or have no parents, or having abusive parents, etc. I think everybody knows that there are people with bigger problems, but you can't tell that to your brain. You can feel down from many reasons. And if it would be so easy to tell yourself that there are people with bigger problems, then nobody would be depressed. Just think before you tell to someone that he shouldn't feel down because there are people with bigger problems or that there are worse things in the life. We all know that. Nobody wants to feel down. If it was so easy to stop feeling down, everyone would do that.