Including "Blue Monday" in the title of this article in The Sun and briefly mentioning it in the first few paragraphs is a way to grab the attention of readers. But in a bait and switch ploy, the bulk of this article reveals the real intention is to spread the propaganda that depression is an illness. Let me assure readers, depression is not a mental "illness". In trying to distinguish depression from "common and totally normal" sadness, this article describes it as an "immense feeling of sadness that can last for weeks and maybe even months." So, we are told depression isn't just sadness, it is really, really sad sadness. Yet nowhere are we shown the evidence that it is an illness....
EVENTS & FEATURES
The ISEPP Inquiry
Save the dates!
2017 Conference - Denver, CO, October 6-8
2018 Conference - Toronto, Canada, October 5-7
See David Antonuccio's presentation, "SSRIs: It May be Time to Stop Calling Them Antidepressants" at the 2011 Conference in Los Angeles (click here for the videos and here Antonuccio PP slides for the Powerpoint slides)