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Re: Depression as response to reality

Posted by Tancred62 on March 17, 2004, at 8:05:33

In reply to Re: Depression as response to reality tabitha, posted by Dinah on March 15, 2004, at 22:47:18

While I appreciate your posts, pinkeye, I still think it's better to be "myself," that is, the cynical nihilist that I am. Your suggested approach seems to be a form of denial, a "look on the bright side" philosophy that I just can't do. I'm usually suspicious of happy people, actually. They seem so, well, unrealistic. I'm not incapable of optimism, but it's an extremely rare feeling in my life. I want it to be authentic, not induced by drugs or self-imposed delusion.




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