5 responses to “Clinical Depression: More than a Chemical Imbalance

  1. Such vile and inhumane treatment of test animals is just business as usual for these control freaks. They are manifestly unworthy to “rule” on earth. May we please now end all this disrespect and pain? Might we not do it sooner than later…… please?

  2. Thank YOU Rady. I am in awe of your dedication.

    I’ve been reading your excellent works for a few years now, ever since back when we thought OpEd News was a great site with no agenda… now neither of us does any posting there anymore.

  3. Mental health professionals tend to approach their subject from one of two quite different perspectives. Some regard mental health problems as a biological disorder or malfunction. This is the approach that is emphasized within medical models of illness, and by psychiatrists. Psychologists are more likely to look at the psychosocial and cognitive factors. So where does that leave the ‘chemical imbalance’ theory of depression?

  4. I like your web site and how maybe food and exercise and life style may cause problems. I have a web site about making healthy fruit cocktails andtrying to eat healty and also about exercise how that can help when you are depresed. Also finding a job you can enjoy.
    Thank you

  5. I am new to developing sites and I was wondering if having your site title relevant to your content really that crucial?
    I notice your title, “Clinical Depression: More than a Chemical Imbalance | Food Freedom ” does appear to be
    spot on with what your blog is about but, I prefer to keep
    my title less content descriptive and based more around site branding.
    Would you think this is a good idea or bad idea?
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