Quotes About Depression

Quotes About Depression

  1. You know, my Grand pop Finnegan used to have an expression: he used to say, ‘Joey, the guy in Sycophant’s out of work, it’s an economic slowdown. When your brother-in-law’s out of work, it’s a recession. When you’re out of work, it’s a depression.’
  2. I’ve discovered that anxiety, panic attacks, and depression can be side effects of lupus, which can present their own challenges.
  3. You’re in good spirits when you create and produce great music. All situations inspire music in different ways, man, from good situations, bad situations, depression, falling in love, falling out of love. I’ve been going through all those type of things.
  4. When you are clinically diagnosed with depression as a teenager, sometimes people don’t understand it. You feel like you should be happy, especially when you have a very lucky upbringing, and you blame yourself.
  5. My mother was a big influence; she was exceedingly chic, completely dressed in a completely different manner than I did. I was a child of the Depression, so she taught me all about accessories, and I always tell everybody she worships at the altar of the accessory.
  6. The culture is going into a psychological depression. We are concerned about our place in the world, about being competitive: Will my children have as much as I have? Will I ever own my own home? How can I pay for a new car? Are immigrants taking away my white world?
  7. It is so often true that whether a person carries with him an atmosphere of gloom and depression or one of confidence and courage depends on his individual outlook.
  8. When you study postpartum depression, there is a very clear understanding that in communities where you see more support, there is less depression. Source:  Quotes About Depression
  9. It’s a recession when your neighbor loses his job; it’s a depression when you lose yours.
  10. I’m the only person of distinction who has ever had a depression named for him.
  11. If you want to understand geology, study earthquakes. If you want to understand the economy, study the Depression.
  12. In the depth of the near depression, that he faced when he came in, Barack Obama and Democratic leaders in Congress provided ‘recovery funds’ that literally kept our classrooms open. Two years ago, these funds saved nearly 20,000 teacher and education jobs just here in North Carolina.
  13. Many of depression’s symptoms exhaustion, insomnia, nausea, headaches, weight loss, weight gain are physical ailments.
  14. I was born illegitimately and almost immediately, as I understand it, placed in an orphanage. So my very earliest memories were in an orphanage. It was the tag end of the Great Depression when I was born. People were desperately poor.
  15. A middle child, I was born in the depths of the Great Depression. My dad and mom were factory workers, struggling to make ends meet.
  16. That terrible mood of depression of whether it’s any good or not is what is known as The Artist’s Reward.
  17. Since I was 16, I’ve felt a black cloud hangs over me. Since then, I have taken pills for depression.
  18. Once upon a time my political opponents honored me as possessing the fabulous intellectual and economic power by which I created a worldwide depression all by myself.
  19. In the five years since the end of the Great Recession, the economy has made considerable progress in recovering from the largest and most sustained loss of employment in the United States since the Great Depression.