Is “THERAPY AND COUNSELING” the answer to every question in the mental health section?
Medication helps depression, along with other states of mind that suggests pessimistic views. Therapy helps with the unresolved issues. Real life Example: Cause: My dad abused me as a child. Effect: I gradually became depressed. As a result: I also formed OCD, and a few phobias. Medication helps: Minimize the OCD/depression/phobias/etc… Therapy helps: Come to terms with my childhood (abusive father, etc…) Even though I broke it down into very simple terms, you gotta remember that the human mind is something even today’s medical world doesn’t fully understand. Personally, I believe everyone has some form of a mental quirk/disorder. Who’s to say what’s normal? Just another example to show you how complicated a human can be, take for instance, a man named Nikola Tesla. He was a brilliant engineer. But he was also a recluse, germophobe, and had severe OCD with the number 3 (among other things). Yet, he loved giving public presentations when explaining his AC motor. People say he was li