Jordan Peterson – How to tell if you are depressed and the fallacy of self-esteem


Jordan Peterson, at his 2015 Personality Conference on Carl Jung, talks about the depression and anxiety that could result from being low in the hierarchy of dominance, and how some people may feel depressed regardless of their situation and should take antidepressants . I found this part resonant because it seemed to describe my own anxiety quite accurately.

Video credits to Sorting Yourself Out As an OceAN YouTube channel





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    Jordan Peterson – How to tell if you are depressed and the fallacy of self-esteem

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    1. So… clean your room and stand up with your shoulders straight? Face the day bravely? Meet the challenges head on, plan your way out and on?

      Try antidepressants if you're in a decent situation and still feel like stomped on chewing gum?

    2. A man complained to his wife, “Everyone hates me.” She replied, “You’re being ridiculous, everyone hasn't met you yet.”

    3. I wonder if Jordan means the same thing as my ex-girlfriend meant when she would say c u next Tuesday

    4. The part about depression, the dominance hierarchy, the effects of antidepressants and self-esteem starts around 16:45 mins and stops at around 21:40 mins.

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