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Family Lifestyles May Be as Important to Health as Genes Shared habits and environment contribute to heart disease, high blood pressure and depression, study reports From the WebMD Archives. WEDNESDAY, July 27, 2016 (HealthDay News) Shared lifestyles and surroundings may play as strong a role as genes in diseases that run in families, a new study indicates. The study included medical histories of more than 500,000 people and their families in the United Kingdom.

The information included blood and adoptive relatives. Shared lifestyles and surroundings may play as strong a role as genes in diseases that run in families, a new study indicates. A study has found, however, that the type of lifestyles led by families may play a more important role than genes in affecting risk.

Most diseases that cause major health complications in the adult population are the result of the interaction of many genes and lifestyle factors. Studies that target the genetic causes of disease use large numbers of people and gene sequencing data sets to. Health: Why a family tree shows how healthy you are and will be Genes are an important part of the story, however. genes load the gun, lifestyle pulls the trigger.

Genes and Health. Family members share genes, habits, lifestyles, and surroundings. These things can affect health and the risk for illness. Most people have a relative with a chronic disease or a health condition such as high cholesterol.

If you have a close family member with a chronic disease, you may be more likely to get that disease. Families have many factors in common, including their genes, environment, and lifestyle. Together, these factors can give clues to medical conditions that may run in a family.

By noticing patterns of disorders among relatives, healthcare professionals can determine whether an individual, other family members, or future generations may be at an. With heart disease, more than 100 types of genes may play a small role in a person’s risk, Lloyd-Jones says. “But by far the biggest factor is lifestyle.” Your daily habits such as what you ea. Family members share their genes, as well as their environment, lifestyles and habits.

Everyone can recognize traits that run in their family, such as curly hair, dimples, leanness or athletic ability. Risks for diseases such as asthma, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease also run in families. Everyone’s family history of disease is different. The general rule for family health history is that more is better.

First, you’ll want to focus on immediate family members who are related to you through blood. Start with your parents, sibling.

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Insights about families are gained, not only because families share genes but also because they also often share environments, behaviors, and culture—all of which contribute to shared health problems.

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In this situation, however, clustering of cases in families could be due to shared lifestyle, rather than shared genes.

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For example, although obesity may occur in a particular family, it may be that the family members all have an unhealthy lifestyle, rather than having a genetic condition that leads to obesity.

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Families will increasingly be able to choose genetically informed knowledge of their future health risks or fate.

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Healthy families are also characterized by their ability to be flexible.

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Health is also a major component of Family.

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Even if family history puts us at risk, lifestyle choices and an appropriate food intake enable us to exert some control over our future health and aging.

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Family resources already determine, through the quality of preand postnatal care, some permanent characteristics of children’s health and physical appearance that directly affect their productive abilities.

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Healthy families are both an ideal and a reality.

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In particular, families face challenges in managing members’ health as life expectancy increases.

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  • Depression and alcoholism are awful and it’s true that sometimes people aren’t to blame for these illnesses (it’s genetics or whatever), but that’s not excuse for being a complete lying scumbag that contributed to the deaths of over 1 million people. Depression doesn’t make you lie, and alcohol generally makes people more honest and say things they shouldn’t say and apologise the next morning. Where is you apology Alistair?

  • Nicely explained the video. I like the way you have explained the different behavior of kids as per the environment they got.
    What I believe is for children, attachment is an emotional bond between them and their parents. Infants get more attached to the caregiving person who feeds them comforts them when they are tired or ill. In the early years of the infants, protective caregiving helps in coping up with the negative emotions. Which helps them to explore the surrounding without fear. This feeling stays with them at their adulthood they become more fearless to any situation.

  • calling a life coach elsewhere in the world, you know life’s subject in marketing is the one Joseph Boyce could never imagine, “everybody is the life artist.”

  • They should show his documentary to Iraqis. It should help them cope with the utter destruction, millions of death, and decades of violence Alistair and his buddies caused.

  • I hate my mum and trust no one but I don’t hate myself and I am quite secure in my relationships so I propose the 5th type the weirdo

  • All mental health problems are caused by severe calcium deficiency. This begins in the womb or in infancy. The human body can assimilate calcium only from fresh, natural, uncooked foods especially leafy greens and grasses, wheatgrass. Artificial supplements do not work. The best way to get the calcium from greens is through green smoothies.

    Brain chemical imbalances have never been proved.

    One of the reasons why mental health problems generally develop or manifest in late adolescence is because of the body’s need for tremendous amounts of calcium due to the sudden spurt in physical growth.

    Calcium is needed for proper neurotransmitter function.

    It is also important to minimise chronic cellular inflammation by avoiding white sugar, refined carbs and oils and fats that increase cellular inflammation.

    Cellular inflammation prevents the absorption of nutrients vitamins and minerals.

  • Nicely explained. Great illustrations…I was feel a little disappointed that these illustrations are always so heterocentric. We might come from a heterocentric circle but we don’t all belong in one.

  • This is a very nice description of attachment theory. However, please remove your recommendation of the Hoffman Process. It is an outgrowth of EST, and retains it’s cultish properties: break people down and assume/hope they can put themselves together…as long as they pay for more “help”.

  • Anyone Can Make You Smile, Many People Can Make You Cry, But It Takes Someone Really Special To Make You Smile With Tears In Your Eyes.

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  • I wish the video would also give some advice on how to unlearn the behavioural complications that arise due to broken relationships at a young age…I am sure there should be a way to get better and ppl don’t have to bear the brunt of a childhood mishap for the rest of their lives

  • I will agree with the confusion in the previous comments. I see very little structure in the talk. When discussing epigentetics she could of elaborated more on stress factors in epigenetic influences on mental health.

  • I am 78 years old and I put my time and energy and learning how to oxygenate 60 to 70 breaths per minute for 30 minutes jogging in the sand I live on Kauai and oxygenating is the key element of being content and continuously happy

  • 私や、九番団地に住んでいない、私の家族や息子(□松智□)側のプライバシーなどを研究する人権侵害ストーカーはやめて下さい。名古屋市の九番団地に住んでいる外国人や幼児・小学生・中学生・高校生・大学生は、私の知り合いではないし、何十人も日本人や外国人のストーカー犯人側がいます。私側が【コロナウイルスになった事ない】し【他の病気になっていない】のに、悪意のあるねつ造して噂を流したネット会社やアメリカなど諸外国や日本政府は、私側に対する、人権侵害名誉毀損ストーカー国です。とても、迷惑です。Googleマップ概要の国会議事堂・警察庁を見て下さい。人権侵害名誉毀損被害側の飯田昭子(ショウコ,50代後半,日本人)2020 9/13

  • Interesting concept using the analogy of a jar, and it does raise up the ever present debate about nature vs nurture. I do think personally that your environment is the more dominant influence but again its still up for debate

  • i come from a broken home. i ended up getting pregnant at a young age but i’m super proud of myself for refusing to continue toxic habits. my son will not experience what i did. it’s very hard when i get people criticizing my parenting. they keep telling me my son will come out sensitive, have no manners, disrespectful etc… i’m a strong independent woman that no longer lets people make decisions for me. a healthy environment for my child starts with me. i’m healing and always finding ways to improve myself, no one can put me down now.

  • Definitely wasn’t expecting this to hit me as hard as it did. I know that at almost 30 years old, I have a huge problem with confrontation and being social, and I believe that it is because of my childhood. I have memories of my dad and stepmom slamming wooden paddles on the table when I wanted a break from homework, my grandma hugging my sister and I when my dad came home in a rage and wanted to take it out on us, my dad not believing his children and spanking us when we did nothing wrong despite what other people told him. Add to all that, I grew up as the only white kid in an all black school and was bullied there, then after that I moved to a small town where everyone bullied the new kids, so as a kid I really had no real friends.

    …I should really see a therapist.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXI_-4b8vCQ&t=10s
    Have you ever wondered what could be the key to actual eternal happiness? If you have ever longed for it here is a video which I came across. It helped me and I am sure it will help you. #PEACEProgram

  • with an alcoholic father that constantly verbally abused me. somehow I see all 3 in my self.
    been trying to repair my self for years. trying to learn as much psychology as I can in hopes to put the puzzle together. I don’t live in a city and metal help like a psychiatrist is too far and in-between.
    so I come to youtube.

  • I’m super scared of having to contact my stepfather for anything, he was abusive but hes changed for the better now but I feel like my fear hasnt changed even though I know hes a good person now, so this all makes sense since everything really depends on your childhood

  • Loneliness doesn’t kill. People who perceive aloneness as something negative or destructive, people who have issues enjoying their own company or finding purpose in their lives, that kills. Aloneness should never be confused as loneliness. Aloneness is a choice. You can perfectly be alone, creative, constructive, positive, productive and content within yourself and with your time. bEING ALONE WITHOUT FEELING LONELY is the most fruitful and joyful feeling you can ever experience in life. And the goal in life is JOY, never the happiness as happiness is short lived and only comes from the external forces but JOY comes within! I know many people who feel extremely lonely in crowds whereas i know more people who are content, joyful, peaceful, calmer, successful, happier and more creative and they are single and not surrounded by many people.eSPECIALLY MORE AND MORE MARRIED PEOPLE I ANALISED AND OBSERVED OVER THE PAST 25 YEARS ARE more depressed and unhappy than single people.

  • This theory/video has made lot of assumptions. Too much of extrapolation. Whether one believes it or not; we can change at will once our cognitive functions are developed!

  • My mother is always remembering me that it’s imperative to leave her house when I’m 18.
    She’s been repeating that I must leave at 18 ( 17 if possible) since I was 7.

  • All mothers shall be provided Maternal paycheck for atleast 3 years and shall not be allowed to work by the government. They already have a job which is to take care of their kids. It’s sad that mothers are forced to work outside and are forced to neglect their children.

  • I lived with very toxic family, everybody hated each other and my mom would always take her anger on me either through words or physical abuse. I have very hard time with bonding with people irl, i feel insecure and i just don’t feel like bothering to meet new people because those people who i thought were my friends were either took my money with out my knowledge or just moved away from me. I do have friends from the internet which i know more then those people who i thought were my friends but when it comes to relationships as “love” i’m beyond insecure. I just feel utterly defeated, i don’t understand how can somebody feel in love with me and my mind always respond which such high amont of stress that i feel like i want to explode. Even tho i fixed relationship with my mom per se i can’t say that i love her, it is more of “i don’t hate you but i don’t love you either”. I don’t really see future for myself and that is what mostly scares me. I just wish parents really know what it is to have a child, if you see that relationship is not working then PLEASE DON’T go through it.

  • Yes, Arshad, these TEDTalks are very valuable to watch now with the Covid virus! And I think they are also valuable for any time! I’ve seen this already… But it was very good for me to see it again! Wonderful that Harvard did this study!

  • I don’t need my “caregivers” to determine who I am; that is a flawed logic. Your parents don’t automatically predict the kind of person you’ll be in the future. I can find who I am through healthy friendships/relationships and positive experiences that help me grow as a person in the long run, as well as looking inward and spiritually healing myself. I went through my bullshit childhood, I went through wasted years of the toxic outdated bullshit that is the required American Education System, now it’s time for me to thrive in my 20s and actually live my fucking life.

  • I totally agree with this man. Even though I have a good relationship with my husband and I happy with him but I also feel loneliness because I haven’t good friends. And it oppress me

  • I am sorry he has depression, I suffer from it myself. What I cannot get away from is, when he was Labour’s campaign director he had a much deserved reputation as a bully and was very aggressive. He treated people like shit. He is not apologetic that Malcom Tucker was based upon him, in fact admits it with a smile. Quite terrifying. So my question is, how many people have suffered mental trauma or depression directly as a result of him?

  • There is a root cause that is often the missing link and very rarely talked about, please check out the Andrew Cutler’s work. Please read the success stories on the the site that comes up when you google it and read the article read the article by Rebecca Lee about Andy Cutler on the Weston Price web. The article explains the basics well, but you could also join the Facebook group, I would really recommend it. Wish you all the best

  • You live you learn. We all have the answers. Stoicism with some beers and rock and roll. A good book, Mediterranean diet, water and exercise plus productive and soulful social interactions.

    With love from a Spaniard from Madrid, Spain. I have lived in 9 countries so Make your on PHILOSOPHY AND CARPE DIEM.

  • Your a war criminal I have zero sympathy, the reason you have depression is because your in denial about the thousands of women and children who died because of your decisions

  • Gene doubling is a basic concept. But, the notion of families of functional genes seems specious. The list of mutations is long…. and all create problems for their hosts. The notion this is a process for efficiency increase in organisms is bizarre. If all changes are to move toward greater efficiency, why is the theoretical system proposed for this process so incredibly detrimental to life? If families were redefined to mean genes with similar functions, or genes with similar structure, that would be fine and instructional. But, to extrapolate lineage has no real value and introduces a contrary, counterintuitive theory of evolution.

  • Kinda stupid in my opinion, we go to war, slaughter innocents routinely, let people starve and suffer without meical attention clean water and all sorts of other preventable circumstances, and this guy is sent to jail? wtf

  • I put extensions on my jar and the counsellor said it wasn’t the correct course. If anything, the negativity only filled the jar to the bands put on it. So I can’t believe that for a second.

  • Dear Shomu…you are doing awesome…..please upload some content for 1)RACE PCR (5′ and 3′ RACE PCR) 2) T-DNA mutation 3) gene family search from any new genome browser, domain confirmation and gene characteristics study in new crops taking reference from already characterized gene families (esp the bioinformatic part)….Thank you

  • one of my worst fear is marrying a man that is abusive and I stay with him bc of how I have no relationship with my dad and I wouldn’t know how a man should treat me, and having daddy issues… Jesus please take the wheel

  • when the fabric is content the noises content the only element that’s missing in you inferior creatures is having the ability to oxygenate at least 60 to 70 breaths per minute for at least 30 minutes it will cleanse you and you will not be toxic

  • I partly agree with you. Because in my society people often keep their distance. I used to live as the person was said in your talk. But I’m very tired and the people around me think I talk a lot. So I quit and now I prefer being isolated more than I used to. Finally, I discover how precious to be alone and quiet. The relationship isn’t always good. Sometimes the more you try, the more frustrated you are. You have one life to live. Don’t need to try sacrificed the others.

  • I love this talk so much. I used to think become independent (or too independent) and thinking “i can do it on my own” is great,until i realized i’m just human who have limitations and need other people to help me. (Or support system). Thanks for this Talk

  • I think depression is genetic or based on a specific personality type I don’t know what depression feels like therefore I don’t know what it is & I honestly don’t want to…! we all have human emotions that we can understand or feel like we know what it feels like to 1 extent or another I think 1 can be immune to a particular emotion either completely or for the most part like I don’t believe I truly can be made to feel the emotion of sadness personally as it applies to my person but I know what it feels like & I can feel sad for someone else….! I know I feel a certain way or certain ways & have certain ways about me but um Not Even clear or Even accurate On my feel in some ways considering the circumstance I wouldn’t even kno if specific feelings I have is valid due to circumstance But believe Innately in the know that Genetics & or personality type is linked to depression I think much can be learned unlearned etc….! depression I innately believe is more related to the sensitive not understanding with low self esteems or even unintentional Natural jealous people or low self esteems leading to being Natuarally envious & I’m sensitive in an understanding way through sensing & feeling others & sensitive to what’s Great or even Good but feel immune to bad or understanding of or to it sensitive affectionate silly minded not necEssarily practical minded loving kind sweet good innocent nice or mean but fair or realistic & androgynous or feminine but depends or varies -Very fem is prone to depression & I believe even full/ big breasted females or maybe even over weight depending small breathes females are more athletic right minded or w/e r likely but also realistic Not a naturally angry person understanding maybe fair angers learned & only way could ever feel guilt is if I did something wrong that I Know & feel is wrong Naturally I will feel bad Naturally & will say something regardless if forgiven or not not for me Necessarily but because I was wrong & for the other & cause I kno I’m free an nothing can hold me back can’t be made to feel guilty for some I can’t feel or 1 be made to feel I think psychology is based on a lot depends & on the person & has acceptions is not true If not an accurate science… psychology even science these days says a lot of thing that could possibly sound right but is not true accurate etc & science & psychology doesn’t apply the same for Everyone or is a 1 size fit all psychology & science is also a lie & doesn’t kno Everything or specifically anyone…! & Amazing how God does & he can prove to you more accuracies through signs he gives through anything he uses specifically his word the Bible to speak to u personally or speak to any circumstance or situation & anything surrounding all that is or what has to do with you……! which validates the accuracies that he knows & understands Everything & Everyone of us specifically he knows Exactly how to & what he’s Getting out to Each & Every person according to what he wants us to know… to show us jus how much he knows understands & is fair Enough to assure he disperses to us….! wow I could never stop being in awe of Jehovah Amazinggggggg ^ _ ^ Makes You want to say a prayer of Thanks Just for his Amazingness…!

  • My mother is my closet friend… And yes having a parent you can totally communicate about anything…. Really helps with close bond with parents…
    My mother also accepts unless we make children talk we will never know what they must be hiding.
    I guess before having real friends.. Parents should be first buddies.. ��

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  • The bbc really has a blast profiling these entitled and privileged celebrities with mental health problems. Screw them! Those who really suffer are the invisible ones rejected by society

  • although I now struggle to cope with my negativity, although I had a rather distanced and insecure childhood with my parent, I cannot come around and fully blame or accuse them because now I started to reach out them, and talk about my feelings and what is going inside me. Sometimes, still, I unconsciously get hurt by their response but I know they are always there to listen to me.

  • Good one. But all you need to do is wake up in the morning singing and dancing and thanking God for a beautiful new day. Take things one day at a time. Life is moments of good and a few bad ones. Enjoy each moment good or bad. Life’s simply like that.⚘⚘⚘

  • Your nafs is your biggest enemy. The best way to achieve this is to remember Allah and to do dhkir of uwais al-qarni. Allah makes it easy to struggle with your nafs. You can find out the details on veyselkarane. com

  • Please use the word Sociology at least once. I’m so tired of nobody knowing what the word sociology means! Yes, it may be a soft science, but it’s still a science. I think everybody needs to know the name of what discipline you work within. being humble is one thing but being unable to tell people my name is blah blah blah and this is my job title is beyond my comprehension. It’s an absolute trend among sociologists. Maybe sociologists should study that

  • 2020.09.11
    Something is wrong with us tying democracy and $capitalism$. Plus could people do away with the useless government?
    I have no idea. Disappointed and clueless.

  • I’m confused as to when they say genetics has a part in the cause of depression, the only thing I can think of is someone being self conscious or what not. Genetics due to environmental factors is easy to assess
    (Fyi I haven’t watched the whole video my internet’s slow af rn)

  • Campbell should die a lonely Death for Iraq. The genocide of Iraq which he helped normalise should always be synonymous with Alistair Campbell.

  • I do not fall into the 91%. I was not connected with my adopted parents at all. I was adopted when I was 5 and in 4 different homes before being adopted. I have no major health issues. I am in my late 50’s.

  • This is so interesting and true but when you trust in God who always is a God Father the damage in our brain can be undone and we can start being our true selves and be loving to other people and not so mistrusting. LOVE completely even if it will hurt but forgive no matter what. This is called a circumcised heart. The people who shy away so much they have been hurt so much but haven’t forgiven.
    Forgiveness plays a Huge Role in becoming free from depression, anxiety and many health issues.

  • Yes, he did some bad things, but that doesn’t give you the right to make a mockery of his mental health. He’s made himself vulnerable to public exposure and that should be respected

  • But ‘ how ‘ do people have good relationships? Some people are born into good families and ‘learn’ by example how to do it. My mother came from a mean angry family and she picked up these behaviors. My mother is now 85 but our whole family is dysfunctional and she is still mean. I’ve been mean and unloving toward my own family as I was raised this way too. It is natural for me to be mean, unloving, judgemental, unforgiving, critical, resentful. For me these behaviors have not promoted good relationships. God help me.

  • Where is the dad in all of this? It’s only one sided on the mother. As a kid growing up I had lots of love from my mum but dad had major negative impact on my development as a child. I turned out okay but because of my constant stress as I grew up with a toxic dad I suffer of mental illness and daddy issues. I have trust issues especially on a partner but on people too but especially when it’s about men I don’t trust them because those men that hurt me since childhood remind me of my dad. I have a wonderful partner but I do have issues in a relationship because of growing up with a dad that was not a role model for me and it has left me being anxious, stressful, having separation anxiety, depression, not good enough, disgusting, no good selfworth and not trusting people especially men. And that’s on toxic masculinity.

  • The key to existence is learning how to oxygenate the body cannot function without oxygenation fuel cleanse it take some personal responsibility of your actions and learn to oxygenate not yoga stuff

  • I am alone, bit I am not lonely.
    I can’t stand many people, because so many of them are fucking idiots, so I would probably die sooner if I was around them more.

  • You say ” I am allowed to do anything “but not everything is good for you. And even though “I am allowed to do anything, I must not become a slave to anything ” 1 corinthians 6:12
    Don’t be a slave to sin. Jesus loves you.

  • Forgive me for my cynicism but I suffer with real Mental Health Problems….. no drink or drugs has influenced my mental health….. these healthcare professionals just talk a load of shit and get paid handsomely for doing it. I have 3 Personalities plus Autism….. the most severe Mental Health Condition is Stage 2 Retardation which can be influenced by many other issues.

  • My childhood:
    Me: Mom I’m depressed because –
    Mom: You have no reason to be depressed you have everything
    Me: This is why I’m-
    Mom: Ungrateful!

  • Alastair Cambell shafted the British public under the former Labour Government. That’s why he finds it hard to live with himself.
    ‘Depression’ can often be the re-packaging of GUILT. He deserves all he gets. This is a man with no integrity and he hates himself for it.
    There’s no ‘Depression’ about it. If he can’t live with himself.. whose fault is that?

  • Explain to me how my grandma lived to be over 95 years old and was the most isolated woman I knew. maybe it was because she was a woman and not a man?? We wouldn’t know because they didn’t study women till much later.

  • my best friend and I came from these homes, and we literally snuggled our way back to mental health:) we will be best friends for eternity….we gave each other what our childhoods lacked….you might find relief from a therapist, but nothing will replace a snuggle buddy:) to fully heal, you must be cuddled frequently and with unconditional love.

  • Obviously this is my opinion and not all may agree but I think that all this should be taken up by the education boards in schools. Have been talking about this subject for a couple of weeks now to anyone who will listen. I know some of my life experiences (a lot) wouldn’t of ever happened should I have been given the necessary information in how to deal with such a situation. You know what… life’s a fukin emotional roller-coaster and often hear folk say I’d love to be child again no worries no responsibilitys. My take on that is… fuk that!! Never!!! 40 yrs and I’m only just breaking the damaged cycle. It’s not just parents faults it’s everyone’s ignorance that’s to blame

  • Is it possible to be more than one attachment style? Depending on the person we have the relationship with. Because i, myself can behave like all four different types at times with different people.

    Also im dealing someone who seems to have a relatively healthy attachment to others, i guess depending on what you call heakthy but lets say not needy and can form an attachment but with me, its the tyoe where he increases emotional reactions in order to try abd get my attention. You know where the mom doesnt show true feekings and is ambivalent. That one.

    So how can his attachment style be altered because if me. I actually had an idea last night. A theory. I think that naybe, who over was his guardian, the person that was there most of the time in his development years. I think maybe i might resemble them. Perhaps our faces look alike or my personalitt, the way i talk. I don’t know something.

    Would that make sense? That seeing me triggered sonething, like reminded him of his childhood and a guy that had a strong impact ajd seeing me brouht him to thay stage?

  • This topic that i heard today makes me wanna reconcile with my cousin i haven’t talk to for about 7 months because of the simple misunderstanding.

  • The guilt of a very bad man. This isn’t genuine depression, but rather a man with guilt written all over him. The only time he declared ‘mental health issues’ was when he started losing political control. He was only ever in politics to WIN, and now as it turns out, he assumes the label of ‘Depression’. I don’t feel sorry for someone whose terminally guilt-ridden. That’s his own fault. Nobody made him into the self-seeking, revolting ‘spin-doctor’ that he was when power was his.
    He chose that himself and he’s still lying. There’s no prescription for guilt.
    What a terrible individual.

  • The jar is a great model, the stacking of protective factors is interesting and so true. Also I want every piece of silver jewellery that lady was wearing.

  • Mental Illness is not hereditary, I was told by a psychiatrist myself. The odds just go up if it runs in the family but that does not mean it is hereditary. I agree with most of what she said however and I have to do research on epigentics

  • The music was pure lunacy and was really pissing me off as it doesn’t go with divulging HEAVY information like this! That music made a mockery of the information given.

  • Alistair do you think that all the parents of the 500,000 kids that died in Iraq after you spun the lies to facilitate bombing them are depressed??

  • “You will thank me later for beating you”

    This video made me hate my own family even more. I just hate that now when I’m an adult they treat me so sweetly. But when I needed some love I was treated so harshly. Fuck off my emotions are fucking real and anxiety cannot be treated with a beating and a schooling

  • I will never stop trying to prevent messing up my kids. I will learn, change and do whatever my kids need so they can have a good childhood and not be damaged by me as much as possible!

  • Imagine the quantity of depression caused by the Iraq War that Alastair made sure we were part of! Not to mention the rest of the neo-liberal agenda!

  • Mentally ill!,  Guilty conscience more like, Bliar and Campbell have so much blood on their hands, just look how they have both aged. you pair have to meet your maker someday.

  • A therapist / mental health expert with a two fingered knuckle duster who explains things with jars talks to War Criminal so we can all label ourselves with a mental illness down the doctors. Labels are for Jars NOT People.xxx

  • Great findings and mantra. However, this certainly falls under ”easier said than done” territory. Often we have good reasons to avoid certain family members for example. They can end up hurting one much more than is worth dealing with.

  • Your genetic results and environmental stress still cause the depression, it doesnt go away and since you know it wont go away you are trying to do positive isolations to cover it, to ignore it for a limited time. You ll always know if you stop fighting, if you stop running from it, it will come up stronger. What if one day you feel exhausted and what if you feel like you cant go on more, you cant fight it. I dont know i think its pointless i dont want to walk with this load on me till i stop, knowing this doesnt pay-off, no future in it.

  • What is biz are is that this guy talks about wives. As if all these men are heterosexual. This is not statistically possible unless the experiment was flawed.

  • i have a deep need to hug on to a person i trust allot, but i don’t feel like anyone wants to hug me back, or would just find it annoying that i was clingy all the time…. so i isolate myself, wich makes it worse….

  • It’s genetic. Mental illness can be genetic. But it’s also learned and taught. If someone is young and witnessed a murder they can develop PTSD while another child can go through the same thing and not. That could be many factors.

  • Therefore, people who are insecurely attached should think twice before having children because there is a high chance you are continuing the cycle….. if you do decide to have baby/ies please seek therapy from professional, it’s the best for you and your future baby/ies

  • I will play devil’s advocate for just a second, not to say that I disagree (because I agree with this ted talk wholeheartedly), but to give food for thought. Correlation does not mean causation. Just because those men said they were the most satisfied with their relationships, doesn’t explain how they lived the longest and healthiest lives. What could it have been about a good social life that equates to good physical health? Someone please explain to me the connection.

  • Being apart of a Government that jumped into bed with Bush and killed thousands in an illegal war couldn’t have helped his mental health

  • In my case its that I lost one when I was young and the other had trouble knowing what to do after the other was gone
    And throw themselves into their work to keep supporting me, even though they really didn’t understand my brain

  • well. i’m 25 now, and i have increasing difficulty forming relationships, i have trouble maintaining them rather. i found that adopting a self interested mentality i can almost predict peoples behavior with pretty good accuracy if i’m paying attention, and i do that a lot more now, people will tell me their reasons but i know it’s in their selfish interest, even those who give too much of themselves just as I had. by experiencing someone who as truly Machiavellian in their behavior towards others and then telling me i was an exception, i was able to see what other people have hidden from me for years, and i didn’t have to ask them anymore. my mom, never really loved me as much as she could have because she is still trying to find herself. that’s why she’s remarried over 5 times. she told me the reason she left my dad was because he was controlling, and also he was impotent. but i know it was the other way around.
    now when i look around, people are actually more broken then they let on, and they have to be to protect themselves. some people have a better handle on the issues of their parents than others, it’s why i know now that it will be a long and difficult journey for me to see the truth in the world and ignoring my own child hood biases but recognizing that people will like me abuse themselves to get the attention of people who don’t really care about you. i can see now my dad, truly regrets what has happened to me, and that he couldn’t be there more often. this realization is depressing, and it really puts people off when i tell them what i think about people in general and especially women, and they try to tell me, no you’re seeing it wrong, and tell them, you haven’t met the people i have.
    and i realize that the people i include in my life greatly influence what i think about the world. so now my issue is to get the confidence to talk to other people and form close friendships, and actually take an interest in people whom i haven’t done so before, which may be a futile excersize but. maybe I can overcome my negativity about women and other people.

  • I can get the idea of a person being depressed in a bad situation and also a good situation…. Best way describe it you can be with loads of people and feel alone…. Strengthen the mind and focus on what comes first is best advice and with people it’s always a hit or a miss can’t win them all…..in society there ain’t no end to bullshit ��

  • This guy is an authoritarian remainer he doesn’t accept the result of the 2016 democratic referendum and wants it to be rerun to get his way. He is undemocratic and therefore a traitor to what this country is founded upon and all those that fought and died in the wars.

  • learning how to oxygenate will keep people healthy and happy you have to learn to Breezewood convicted 60 to 70 for minutes for 30 minutes don’t stop I live on Kauai I’m 78 resting heart rate is 47 I know what I’m speaking about if you cannot oxygenate your inferior creature

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  • What does the jar do,another stupid idea,so you have extra rings are they helping u in life.36 years of living with depression,the only one that can beat it not beat handle it is yourself.I heard the closet thing put in the closet in your mind and its an endless closet so all your thought,idea and everything else goes in the closet,bit they dont tell you how to keep it in there,i asked that question was told that i was the one keep closet doors close.i could keep on but not worth the time.

  • I wish i could study this but i couldn’t attend college because im undocumented in the u.s. i wonder how far humanity would be scientifically if everyone had a chance at education.