- bad nutrition
- negative thinking
- lack of verbal communication (social isolation)
- not being physuically active (lifestyle, office work)
- not being mentally active (routine work)
- being smarter than average and seeing how bad our society is organized.
- being unable to fufill basic human needs (instincts)
- stress others puts on me
- childhood traumas and wrong education (slave training)
Now this runs in a circle, one contributes to another they shift places from day to day.
Some things on this list are relatively quick and easy to fix, others can take lifetime of sort out.
However our current society is engineered a way that we have to constantly be occupied with working in order to ensure our survival. No one has time to think about themselves, got to get back to work quickly take anti-depressant and go back to work.
People in western countries could be getting decent gvmt. aid however working their way in wrong direction "constant search for entertainment", instead of looking for the source of the depression they adress symptoms, they feeling sad and normally society tells you to find something fun to do, eat some weets, play video games, buy new gadgets, watch TV etc.
Problem with this approach is instead of fixing your problems you foucus on something else and hope problem will get resolved on its own, however you run out of money or get borred of distractions and get back to square one where you have choice of either staying depressed or take anti-depressants.
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