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  • Re: Is it true that Women are more prone to Depression !

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    Sharmistha Banerjee
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    Women are very sensitive and for this reason they fall under depression easily.

    Sharmistha Banerjee

  • Re: Is it true that Women are more prone to Depression !

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    Lakshmi Prasanna
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    Women become more emotional than men this is not only now it started from olden days itself they were like that.

  • Re: Is it true that Women are more prone to Depression !

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    usha manohar
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    This incident is very unique in the sense that it was a collective and collaborative act of suicide. All you cited are instances of individual cases. It does broadly indicate that there is something wrong with our society overly burdened with unrealistic aspirations and goals and claiming even an entire family!


    This is very right. The issue with most people is that they are too enthusiastic about positive results of their efforts. They just forget that nobody works in a vacuum. We are social products. we work in an interactive manner. Even if you work hardest and most sincerely, there is no guarantee of success because results do not depend on you alone.

    In this connection, the teaching on 'karma' by Lord Krishna in Bhagwad Geetha may be of help to fight depression. You can control your acts but not results.


    There is such a lot of wisdom in those words but very few people are able to understand that ! Most of them have tall unrealistic ambitions and dreams, also peer pressure and when their dreams do not get fulfilled it does lead to depression which can definitely be one of the causes..

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Is it true that Women are more prone to Depression !

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    This incident is very unique in the sense that it was a collective and collaborative act of suicide. All you cited are instances of individual cases. It does broadly indicate that there is something wrong with our society overly burdened with unrealistic aspirations and goals and claiming even an entire family!


    This is very right. The issue with most people is that they are too enthusiastic about positive results of their efforts. They just forget that nobody works in a vacuum. We are social products. we work in an interactive manner. Even if you work hardest and most sincerely, there is no guarantee of success because results do not depend on you alone.

    In this connection, the teaching on 'karma' by Lord Krishna in Bhagwad Geetha may be of help to fight depression. You can control your acts but not results.


    There is such a lot of wisdom in those words but very few people are able to understand that ! Most of them have tall unrealistic ambitions and dreams, also peer pressure and when their dreams do not get fulfilled it does lead to depression which can definitely be one of the causes..


    It is said that Bhagwad Geetha contains answers to all your problems and that it is relevant today too. But it is also a sad fact that it is no longer considered important and where success is measured in terms of the amount of money you have or the number of jewellery items you wear, there is going to be misery. I see it prevailing more in women than men, they are always in a sort of a competition with other women, right from relatives and friends to neighbours, as to who wears the best clothes and who owns the most expensive jewellery. This type of materialistic inclination also leads to depression in many women!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
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  • Re: Is it true that Women are more prone to Depression !

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    usha manohar
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    This incident is very unique in the sense that it was a collective and collaborative act of suicide. All you cited are instances of individual cases. It does broadly indicate that there is something wrong with our society overly burdened with unrealistic aspirations and goals and claiming even an entire family!


    This is very right. The issue with most people is that they are too enthusiastic about positive results of their efforts. They just forget that nobody works in a vacuum. We are social products. we work in an interactive manner. Even if you work hardest and most sincerely, there is no guarantee of success because results do not depend on you alone.

    In this connection, the teaching on 'karma' by Lord Krishna in Bhagwad Geetha may be of help to fight depression. You can control your acts but not results.


    There is such a lot of wisdom in those words but very few people are able to understand that ! Most of them have tall unrealistic ambitions and dreams, also peer pressure and when their dreams do not get fulfilled it does lead to depression which can definitely be one of the causes..


    It is said that Bhagwad Geetha contains answers to all your problems and that it is relevant today too. But it is also a sad fact that it is no longer considered important and where success is measured in terms of the amount of money you have or the number of jewellery items you wear, there is going to be misery. I see it prevailing more in women than men, they are always in a sort of a competition with other women, right from relatives and friends to neighbours, as to who wears the best clothes and who owns the most expensive jewellery. This type of materialistic inclination also leads to depression in many women!


    I agree kalyani, this sort of mind set is spreading to smaller towns and villages as well...Greed and too much expectations can easily lead to disappointment when it does not get fulfilled and is bound to result in depression , more so among women..

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Is it true that Women are more prone to Depression !

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    Sharmistha Banerjee
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    Women just fear about the society they think what the society will say if they do anything wrong.So too much of thinking and fear made women depressive.

    Sharmistha Banerjee

  • Re: Is it true that Women are more prone to Depression !

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    usha manohar
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    The attitude of the society has a lot to do with women being more prone to depression.Most of the time even when it is not their fault women tend to get blamed for everything like when a man loses his job , the wife is blamed saying her stars are not good and she has brought in ill luck or misfortune ...this kind of treatment make women feel small and inferior which results in depression when things continue in the same manner with no hope for a happier and better future !

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


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