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Re: Euphoria inducing Med Combinations

Posted by helpme on July 8, 2006, at 16:49:26

In reply to Re: Euphoria inducing Med Combinations linkadge, posted by zeugma on June 12, 2006, at 17:11:25

There is an inherent sadness in life-and a lot of destruction- but I think the mentally well and healthy people have managed to come to terms with that. I don't think they take glee in it- that's not what I'm saying. That would be very sick. But the mentally well are not overwelmed by feeling "doomed", nor are they clinically, dysfunctionally depressed either. I get the drift that they try to notice kindness, try to be kind themselves...

You might enjoy reading some basic, clear Buddhist books- they comment on this, and one might even say this is the big question that they grapple with. A few titles are: Buddhism Without Beliefs, Buddhism Plain and Simple--but a great uplifting and thought-provoking book is The Tao of Pooh. It's a classic, easy, funny, and always makes me feel better.

> the forced swim test which we call "life".>>
> The reason I hold behavioral pharmacologists in such high esteem is that their procedures for screening drugs produced, in addition to predictive validity for antidepressants, genius metaphors for life. is there any better description for that awful feeling at which one realizes that one is at the mercy of an unyielding fate than "learned helplessness"?
> I, of course, hold the rats in high esteem as well. Anyone who's looked into into an animal's eyes knows they are essentially the same as us when it comes to the basic emotions- fear, sadness, and maybe even desire for love, maybe even desire for freedom.
> -z




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