Anonymous wrote:

Talking only provides temporary stimulation. The best thing to do is to see someone who actually studies neuroscience, and have him/her try to provide different techniques to stimulate the brain, since brain surgery is too dangerous. This helps, especially with depression. Cognitive therapy is what this is. I don't know why people think that paying a psychological "expert" to explain what they are feeling helps. Also, you could just study neuroscience textbooks, and find your own solutions; this makes you smarter, as well as help your brain, but therapy will not show these results.

Ignore my typing errors. I was in a rush.