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Re: Tangents, NPBR

Posted by Shirley on January 19, 1999, at 23:18:59

In reply to Re: mood swings (well, a tangent thereof!), posted by David K. on January 19, 1999, at 19:46:30

It's been raining here in the Seattle area for over a week straight. I've read that Seattle has the highest incidence of depression (SAD?) in the U.S., but I've never been more depressed than I was last August when it was hot and sunny. We also represent the largest segment of the sunglasses market. Go figure. It's true....the cemetaries here do all have boring flat tombstones.

Re: being (calmly) suicidal. I sometimes wonder if having accepted this as the unavoidable result of who I am has created some kind of well-worn neurological pathway to my brain. Isn't this what the "kindling" concept of mental illnes is about? That these unacceptable responses to life are like hot coals that keep flaring up.

On David Sedaris: I just finished his book of short stories, "Holidays on Ice", and thought it was a pretty good literary antidepressant. My favorite stories were: "Santaland Diaries," and "Dinah, the Christmas Whore."

I agree that the "hit man" idea definately belongs in my Franklin. Roles and Goals Section? ; - )

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