Discussion in 'I Have a Question...' started by HawthornePassage, Sep 20, 2011.
how so many depressed/miserable/messed up people are actually psychologically quite conventional
You mean that they can function pretty well in society?
I think that's what you mean...
no thats not what i mean at all
Forgive me then.
From the dictionary....."conforming or adhering to accepted standards, as of conduct or taste "
Wanna explain a bit more what your interpretation is Hawthorne?
why do you think we wouldn't be ?
i mean in their general methods of thinking and perspective. on a very very base level
Oh. I guess we're all normal in that way.
Because probably we are hard to decipher. So only a few can detect what we're actually going through.
no i just mean in basic core thought process and perspective, its not that different than normal people. not in the 'middle area', i mean real deep under
as in, the basic functions in nearly all animals or the basic functions present in all humans?
Sounds like a pseudointellectual statement.
sounds like youre a dumbass
The depression arises from life circumstances, so I guess you could also say depression and basic thought processes aren't interconnected. Which means although a person might be depressed, they still retain their basic thought processes.
BUT saying that I do think there is a point where someone might completely lose it.
I'm wrestling with your statement - can you give me an example of what you actually mean?
^^ i basically mean this, that the 'method' and 'style' of thinking is the same as 'not depressed' people for the most part even if the thoughts themselves are different