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Re: Does Anyone Ever Really Get Better?

Posted by linkadge on April 11, 2004, at 12:03:30

In reply to Does Anyone Ever Really Get Better?, posted by AlexandriaS on April 11, 2004, at 11:53:04

I've ponderered the same things time and time again.

I have treated my depression, but my great grandmother (lived in pre drug times) Had 4 major depressions in her lifetime. They lasted
about a year long each, and from what I've heard they were very very bad. During them, she lingered on suicide.

Anyhow, the story is not all bad. When she got better, she really got better. When she was well, everybody loved her and she loved the world.

The problem is that when you cover an injury with a bandaid you cannot see through it tell when it as acutally healed, and then there is of course the likelyhood that you will create more of a wound when tearing off the bandage.





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