False Things Depressed People Tell ThemselvesDepression, is a very touchy topic and for good reason. It's a complicated one, while someone's in depression here's common things they might tell themselves that aren't true.
DISCLAIMER: I don't condone this kind of thinking, and I'm just pointing it out.
I had that philosophy for frankly quite a short period of time because I was thinking of killing myself and that is where my nihilism kicks in... I feel either of me spreading wrath to everybody since that life is meaningless and of me killing myself. Thankfully, my therapist snaps my senses fully since that I was thinking that I matter to be THE ONE, he helped me and I don't think about it no more.
In the grand scheme of things life does seem meaningless, which is why it is best not to think about it and live your best life while trying to do as much positive while you're alive.
You don't know what opportunities, or people you might never meet so it's not meaningless.
How is it meaningless if every day brings new opportunities?
Everyone thinks this at some point, unless they're one of the lucky few that is always showered with love, we are all loved, but we all need reminders, which unfortunately isn't something we spread as much as we should. When was the last time you told someone that you love them.
God loves everyone! God loves YOU! No matter your age, race, religion, or gender. He loves you and forgives your sins.
I'll admit, that I'm a bit guilty of this myself.
Not that I'm depressed, but this one often comes off as true for me. Nothing like waking up with a headache and not remembering how you got said headache.
Life is random, there are good times as well as bad times, but if your life feels like it is constantly painful, your mindset should be fixed, because perception does equal reality, if you constantly see the world as evil and out to getting you then your mind will be focused on finding negative things to happen to you just so it can validate and make it correct while ignore anything positive that happens.
This is a claim, that has some truth but some mistruth as well. Because, that's not all life is or what it offers.
Life is only that way if you let it be that way. You can't let the good pass you by
No one's better off dead, unless they've done something really heinous...
For people to understand you, you first have to understand yourself, in fact some can understand you better than you do yourself, since people tend to ignore their flaws or just can't see their shortcomings
Just depends on the people you meet, and how well they know you personally.
A pretty easy thing to believe, but not something that's true regardless.
This is more of a question of whether you want to be saved from your depression or not, are you willing to talk to another person, to build that support system you need, are you willing to search for support groups or communities
Trying to break out of this claim/ habit, the best that I can currently.
This one is true for everyone, everyone thinks about everything in terms of themselves.
I thought the opposite when my depression was at its peak. It's mostly gone now. Mostly.
Quite opposite, I think more about how I'm hurting others than myself.
Depressed people, tend to think more about others than themselves...
A common thing, that a majority of depressed people either tell themselves or believe because their mind thinks it's true.
Than make it matter!
No life matters yet all life matters if you disagree with reality that's your own fault
This one possibly true if the depressed is religious, but usually being religious means you should have a good support group in a Church of your belief near you.
Suicide isn't a good end it is just an end, you will seize to exist as far as you are concerned this can be painful or painless depending on the method, but this will cause a lot of harm to people that know you and care for you.
It is really something you should give a deep thought to, because sure you no longer have to worry about the negative part of your life, but you'll also no longer get to enjoy the positive parts as well.
It's not. You don't know what the future holds. It could hold the best time of your life.
In my experience, when depressed- the momentary pain feels like it will never end, but always does. Depression fluctuates for me