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Re: fellow foxhole veterans, and 'the enemy' JahL

Posted by dougb on May 22, 2001, at 13:00:03

In reply to Re: fellow foxhole veterans, and 'the enemy' dougb, posted by JahL on May 21, 2001, at 12:23:18

> > - The more likely scenario: They have not embraced their fears and dealt with them.
> Fears that they are more than just 'sad', and may in fact be suffering from a biological *illness*, you mean? Makes sense.
Well not exactly, fears that they have some of that big bad 'mental illness' stuff, and all the misunderstanding that goes along with that term

> I have no problem admitting I have mental illness to anyone. However I find that I get less raised eyebrows if I omit the word depression ( "what, you mean you sit around crying all day?") & talk about 'mood swings' & mental imbalance. In other words, give the impression I'm some sort of nutter (which some of those who know me might agree with:-) )
If you were fishing for a re-assuring second opionion, i'm afraid i'd have to throw in with those that know you better (;)))-sorry, you walked right into that one

> I guess this (ie the question of causality) is one of my main concerns with psychotherapy. I take it you're not a great fan either?
Dunno, never really ahd any, nor felt need to, i am a little nuts, just like everyone else i meet, but have always felt my problems were purely biological or, just a normal human reaction to the incredible stress that can accompany any disabling illness




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