@Indrid-Cold In perfect agreement. Sessions, therapy and helplines are the poster face of depression and suicide these days. Are they effective? I really don't know, I didn't ever have a reason to opt for either. But I am pretty sure that if people are willing to change, to listen, and to support others better, we would be seeing less deaths and more blossoming and productive lives. And this applies to all age groups.
Indeed it falls as an obvious realization that it the duty is bestowed unsto humanity, to make sure that it doesn't get strangled by its own menacing and untrustworthy hands. We have to make the change. And this, before its too late to change anything.
@Basit-Naqvi It is actually a good thing if people show their true selves and practise free speech: we can learn and do research on people, psychology, sociology, humanity etc and understand reality better....answers.yahoo.com also used to have very racist posts...But the bad thing is that now they remove many comments and answers..so making surveys have become a bit difficult there...and many ppl here also fake their reality
all i learned today is amerikka is the greediest , most shameful place on earth. we made our government today the Golden Calf and bowed to it. appalling and disgraceful. im ashamed to be an american today
i learned God is quite real and made me a better man. i learned that my morals and convictions shaped me for the better and they will go with me to the grave because letting the world take your convictions and morals and corrupting to them is the greatest sin
@mikeJB I don't do yoga personally, I just meditate to increase concentration, while having essential oil nearby. 🙂 I think yoga is good and advantageous though, as it makes you more flexible, agile and is a good way for home-workout minus the equipment. You can strengthen your body that way, you know?