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Posted by allison on December 14, 1999, at 18:45:35

In reply to Allison, posted by Sigmund on December 14, 1999, at 17:32:45

> I changed my name - just like that! - to remove one issue.
Now you're cheating.

> Your second question is a stumper. If I cannot think my way out of depression, how can I suggest that you can think (read) your way into depression?
Are you suggesting we might agree on something?

"An only life can take so long to climb
Clear of its wrong beginnings, and may never" -- to me, that's scarier than death. And "Family Circus" is scarier than Philip Larkin. But "Cathy" is worse.

> Maybe reading morbid literature is a symptom of depression rather than a cause of depression.
Well Morose, maybe you and I agree on two things then, or is Sigmund another personality of yours? (Kidding, KIDDING...)

You've made me laugh more than once today. I thank you for it.

Kind regards,




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