Is overcoming depression hampered by 'victimhood'.

April 30, 2008 1:56pm CST
I believe there is a trend in victimhood, which creates negative syndroms created by psychologists and psyiatrists as a means to explain the insecurities and uncertainties of our post modern world. It is by making everyone a psychological victim that hampers overcoming depression. It more or less affirms that it's actually an illness that can't be overcome because it makes the victim vulnerable. Therefore it is the vulnerability status of depression that culminates in requiring treatment and not the depression in itself.
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