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  Axipiter  |  28

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  gracehi  |  19

#64, I must disagree. There is no greater fire pokemon than Charizard and no greater grass pokemon than Venasaur (at least in my day when there were only 150 pokemon), but Garydos is a far superior water pokemon to Blastoise.

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  THE_A_TEEN  |  19

Let's agree that the 1st Generation starters are the best of the series. Oh, and squirtle would be more of a boss if he had those shades from the original Pokémon Anime.

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  Cad6  |  19

A Magnet-Mite be the best starter, all though attraction isn't always the best (it only works on women). Pokemon always makes me so damn Drowzee. MY starter pokemon is my girlfriend. She never wears Abra. And, she likes it in the Meowth. What else could you want? Charmander? Squirtle? This shit is Onix-ceptable.

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  ycrem0n  |  19

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  LunaDragon  |  44

67- Yes, buying stuff can make you happy. Having a nice car, clothes you like, eating at nice restaurants with your favorite foods, getting yourself any extras can bring you some measure of happiness. I don't think you can find happiness by paying someone to hear your problems or wanting to sit in a room full of other depressed people, getting more depressed by listening to their problems, or a way to get out of a depression, but if Op has chemical imbalance or such, or needs grief counseling then I can understand the need to talk to a professional, but other than that I don't see it as a justifiable expense, but that's just my opinion.

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  ALpein  |  44

Ywah, I think that money can buy happiness. If I didn't have money, I couldn't buy any materials to art with. Art-ing makes me extremely happy.

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  Andrewgfffff  |  44

Sorry, just had to get in here. Depression is a medical condition, one with a lot of stigma, mockery and dismissal, but medical nonetheless. I have it, and no amount of shopping or thinking positively or anything stupid like that will help. You actually need serious professional help. Look it up, it's a good thing to be aware of. Sorry for the rant, couldn't help it. Apologies for wasting your time :/

By  DooleyFTW  |  29

FYL, maybe you'd benefit more from one on one sessions than group therapy where a lot of people tend to be shy and not share their problems! Not to sound mean but you could also bring down other recovering members of the group. I hope you solve your problems soon OP :)

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  batman_516  |  33

Just because exercising releases endorphins, does not mean that it will correct the serotonin/dopamine imbalance in your brain. Sport stars can suffer from depression as well!

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  twisted_cherub  |  33

I hate my reward center. It makes me crave carbs; and chocolate; and red meat, cooked medium-rare, smothered in cheese, with steamed broccoli on the side soaking up all the left-over juices; and anything involving chili & cheese. Damn, stupid diet. Stupid pleasure center of my brain. Stupid chocolate.

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  twisted_cherub  |  33

I'm sorry. They have goodies at the plant I pick up at every night and I'm not allowed to have any. It sucks so bad. I have to walk straight to the sign in/out office and straight out, watching my feet the entire way, to not give in to temptation.

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  batman_516  |  33

Exercise in itself does not actually release dopamine. As you said, it's related to the reward centre, which means your brain produces/releases when you do something that your brain feels deserves a reward. So while it correlates to exercise, it is not necessarily causal.

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