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On 28 Jan 2002, at 12:32, Keith Henson wrote:
> So it is a good bet to assume an assortment of "mood" genes out there.
I think there are mood genes cause most emotions work via some
chemicals and so on so somewhere there most be the basis for
this. But i think it's more about potential, everyone can get
depressed once in life i think.
Maybe there are other genes which could lead to it, you might get
some inhabited genetic illness, and get depressed because you're
suffering from the illness. So there first has to be a reason i think,
depression and anxiety don't come from nowhere.
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