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Re: Part of my story

Posted by Nancy on January 6, 1999, at 16:39:13

In reply to Re: Part of my story, posted by Mattias on January 3, 1999, at 15:55:12

> Is it coincidence that so many of us are super-achievers before depression cuts us off at the knees?
> Maybe itīs not a coincidence. I think my depression grew hiddenly in my mind for years because of stress. Iīve always wanted to achieve a "Master of Science" graduation
> since I was kid, because I have always been interested in science. I have always wanted to be "the guy who know science" among my friends and that has
> stress me through the years. I know it sounds silly but I wanted to learn as much as possible, sooner the better. The last year I have become more stressed and more restless
> and I think, that it may have been a BIG factor in the cause of my depression.
> And the fact that when I abondoned The University because of the depression, it stress me even more and depress me even more.

We are who we're supposed to be if what we do makes us feel complete and happy. I don't wish to sound trite or patronizing. I've had to drop back a clas or two now and again to survive. I understand your frustration and anger.
But, I think I finally made it through because, it was a course of study that intrigued me. I felt that it was where I belonged. I know you can set a course and tackle it step by step, even inch by inch, if that's what it takes.
But, do what makes you feel complete and happy. School will still be there when you feel up to it.
Kindred Spirit,




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