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Who’s to blame for depression?

It turns out we all are

By Mark Brown   April 2018
The way we structure society creates conditions where depression is the most likely outcome for millions

The way we structure society creates conditions where depression is the most likely outcome for millions

Johann Hari has experienced depression since his early teens. He took antidepressants, it went away for a while, but then came back stronger so he increased his dosage. But what if antidepressants weren’t the answer? Lost Connections is an account of Hari’s journey of understanding. It takes in bike repair cooperatives, Native American reservations, squats in…

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