Maybe. Depends on what he wants to do with them.
On the flip side, would you tell someone with clinical depression that they're a freak and that you disagree with their lifestyle? Or that you don;t agree with their depression?
Just fucking with you, but it's kind of what you seem to be arguing.
I force myself to get up and out and going, no more sleeping late or pity parties over bad choices. I've been winning that battle every day for the past 13 years, no meds. I don't like being coddled or condescended to because if it, that only serves to piss me off.
Once I realized I had it I took the same approach that I do at work. Gather data, form a plan, execute. I reserarched the shit out of it. Changed my diet, took up hobbies that got me outdoors and had a lot more get togethers at home.
It's beat me a few times. I've called into work and vegged out watching TV or skipped out on a dinner or two but not lately.
I beat its ass. That's what I did. I also beat a sugar addiction, wasn't easy giving up all the foods I liked, but I did. BP is now normal without meds. Wasn't easy.
There is a world outside your comfort zone, first steps a bitch, but it's worth it.