Depression Experiencer

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
depression experiencer (n., adj.)
Applies toheadmates
CoinerThe Cicada Collective

A depression experiencer is a headmate who experiences depression.

Examples include:

  • Fronting when the body feels depressed so they can experience it themselves.
  • Staying in front when they personally feel depressed so the body can experience it, but this doesn't happen every time they front.
  • Making the body feel depressed every time they front. They could also be considered a depression holder, but not necessarily.

This role is used to stop the body from suppressing emotions for too long, and is not meant to be persecutory, although it's possible for it to be.