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Re: dysthymia =) MDD linkadge

Posted by SLS on February 25, 2012, at 6:30:17

In reply to Re: dysthymia =) MDD, posted by linkadge on February 24, 2012, at 19:03:05

> -I was never abused
> -I had a great childhood
> -I had and have a loving father and mother
> -I was never teased or bullied
> -I did fairly well in school.
> -I'm not hidiously ugly
> -I am not in debt
> -I have a good relationship with my parents and sibblings
> -I have no chronic health problems, I'm 28 an in good shape.
> -I have a solid job.
> -I have some faith, I pray,
> -I'm not narcissistic
> -I'm not materialistic
> -I volunteer in a retirement home 2 nights a week
> -I give to charity,
> -I exercise every day
> -I eat very well.

Yes, but were you Bar Mitzvahed?

I'm sure you understand that Bipolar Disorder can occur without any exogenous triggers; more so than Major Depressive Disorder. When my depression began to emerge, it felt more like dysthymia than depression. Perhaps you are expressing a soft-bipolar illness. I don't know.

I don't like seeing ill, so I find myself occasionally throwing out ideas and observations at you. I doubt there is much I can come up with that you haven't come up with for yourself already. I never mean to insult your intelligence.

I'm glad you posted your list. It helped me to get to know you and appreciate your illness a little better.

Be well.

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

- George Bernard Shaw




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