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    Powelle, while I agree that all those things are healthy and beneficial, reporting that doing any one of them consistently will fix anyone's depression, is a misrepresentation at best. Where is the research to support this? Patients claiming this success?
    Are you a psychiatrist or psychologist? A mental health professional in any field?

    Depression is a serious problem and to suggest such a relatively simple solution demonstrates a lack of understanding for this issue and the patient suffering with it.

    Could you at least elaborate on the suggestions? "Try to have fun"? What does that mean? Just trying, not succeeding, will fix depression?