Edging is a sexual practice that involves bringing yourself or your partner close to orgasm but stopping before the climax. It can be done alone or with a partner. While edging is generally safe and unlikely to cause any lasting side effects, it is essential to note that it may not suit everyone. Some people may experience negative emotions such as depression after orgasm. If you are experiencing depression after orgasm, speaking with a healthcare professional who can help you identify the underlying cause and provide appropriate treatment may be helpful.dogboy said:I do edging all the time because if I go all the way, I'll have one or two days of depression. Little space redirects what would be depression to something much nicer, feeling like a child and wearing diapers.