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Johann Hari’s “Lost Connections” Revolutionizes The Discussion Around Depression

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“You need your nausea. You need your pain. It is a message, and we must listen to that message.”

In this quote, Johann Hari revolutionized my view of depression.

In my circles, we’re often told that depression is the result of a biochemical imbalance of serotonin, that we’re depressed because there’s…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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