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Re: Depression as a gift B2chica

Posted by Sigismund on May 15, 2009, at 16:51:22

In reply to Re: Depression as a gift Sigismund, posted by B2chica on May 15, 2009, at 12:11:52

That's a quote from Phillip Toynbee, (Arnold's son), who apparently had both. With my mother the cancer was (of course) awful, wouldn't wish it on a dog and would be put down if it had it, but the depression was something else. Half of us will get it anyway so I hope they improve their palliative care. I heard about this woman who was depressed but improved when she found out she had leukemia. A good excuse, a set limit on time and some morphine may be what you need to enjoy life :)




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