• You make a valid point, depression can often be a result of anger, anger it's a driving force, but it turns into depression when a person realises that all their effort, all their dreams they fight for, are hopeless and dashed in a society that is corrupt and doesn't care, it turns to apathy, helplessness.
  • That is somewhat true. When young people are raised by their parents or carers, they may not like the life they live because they must follow certain rules which will make them angry. They will feel angry when certain possessions are taken away from them as a type of punishment for being bold. Depression can happen to anyone regardless of age and can come and go in a person’s life which means it’s temporary. Some children and teenagers are usually angry when they don’t get things their way.

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