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Re: Dearest Nancy

Posted by Tess on January 8, 1999, at 18:45:18

In reply to Re: Dearest Nancy, posted by phil on January 5, 1999, at 23:30:54

What is wrong with you people??? I have suffered from a mood disorder all of my life...that would be 48 years, but I never thought it gave me the right to vent my anger towards anyone. There are times when the medications work and I feel human and there are times when it does not and the pain is excruciating and I cannot get out of bed. Though I may be impatient with those who do not understand what mood disorders are all about, I simply keep my distance if their attitude bothers me. But to lash out, especially at fellow sufferers, never seemed an option. Though I suppose that anger can be part of the chemical imbalance. Still, it is sad to see this angry sarcasm.

> > > > > >>>The lowest ebb is the turn of the tide.
> > > > > Longfellow
> > > > >
> > > > oh is that like the old's always darkest before the dawn? Gee, how profound. Inspiration at its pinnacle. Hey, wasn't Longfellow Manic-Depressive, too?
> > > >>I have been on AD's for 15 years, they are working, thank whoever, and I thought I would
> > > be poetic for a moment. Just because someone TRIES to say something hopeful doesn't mean you have to pitch a fit! Maybe you ought to look into your anger a wee bit. Besides, if Longfellow were manic depressive, WOULDN'T HE KNOW OF DARKNESS AND LIGHT. CHILL OUT!
> > Perhaps, I was wrong and you are not poetic. You're just some schmuck with an ego problem.
> >>>Thanks for the encouraging words Nancy. Always love hearing from you.




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