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Nicole Arbor is an awful, awful person

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I know I'm a bit late on the subject but I'm gonna give my take on her Sources: Depression Article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/teen-angst/201704/depression-is-not-choice Depression (Mood) Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depression_(mood) Major depressive disorder Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Major_depressive_disorder Anti-Black Imagery Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotypes_of_African_Americans
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-ORDANIEL- (2 months ago)
14 minutes, thats a bew record!
i'll beat it by making an hour-long video
-ORDANIEL- (2 months ago)
Paul Thompson (2 months ago)
Very interesting take on this subject: Depression: I would suggest looking for information in peer-reviewed medical journals, and avoid using commercially owned websites as sources of information, as the views expressed on commercially owned websites are often skewed toward the perspective of those paying for the article ;) Example of peer-reviewed article: http://www.alliedacademies.org/articles/sociocultural-context-of-emotional-intelligence-development-of-57-year-old-children-9613.html Example of commercially owned online article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/teen-angst/201704/depression-is-not-choice VERY Generally speaking, .coms are never a good source of information, and are usually just a tool of misinformation by taking ONE line of a medically reviewed journal article, and blowing it out of proportion to make a point. Expand your mind, and dig deeper into the .org and .edu category to find the 'real' information *Disclaimer: 'real' is an abstract concept I love that you shared your opinion on this subject, and took time to research contrary stances to support your opinion. Keep up the good work!!
I've checked. She doesn't cite her sources. She references many studies but never actually cites them
Paul Thompson (2 months ago)
I have not seen her original video - but I am looking for it. I'm curious if she sites any of her sources. The best way to combat misinformation in this modern day of spreading misinformation as if it were fact, is to actually find and know facts. interestingly, on this particular subject (depression / mental disorders) "Facts" are incredibly difficult to find, as the entire field of Psychology is considered junk-science by many reputable medical doctors, so you get a lot of varying opinions, and it can become cumbersome to argue. I am happy to see you doing your own research, letting your voice be heard, and citing your sources, again: well done! hope to see more of this.
I know that websites can sometimes be biased. It's just that Nicole did little to no research on the topic. She just spat out biased info. Even though I have a different take on the subject than Nicole, it's just that Nicole should have done a little more research on the subject and should have understood that mental disorders aren't always as simple as they look.
i recorded this in my basement
-ORDANIEL- (2 months ago)
"These my titties"
-ORDANIEL- (2 months ago)
The answer is C.
I thought I told you to not answer

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