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Category Archives: Depression

Why I Must Keep on Writing (blogging)

Haven’t written a blog page in a while. Read an inspiring blog piece today by a young male Aussie writer that was passed on to me by another blogger. I decided I need to put more effort into writing – even consider – gleeps – perhaps some kind of regular commitment to my writing. Thank …

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My Relapse Post Weight Loss Surgery

My Response to “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”  by Joe Cross and with Phil. This film prompted me to get in touch with the facts of my relapse and my willingness to intervene now before any more time goes by. I was quite impressed with Joe Cross’s story but to be completely honest I can’t …

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Relationship Bewilderment – Empath vs Narcissist?

Anne and Rusty

Article from Elephant Journal – The Toxic Attraction Between and Empath and a Narcissist by Alex Myles: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/06/the-toxic-attraction-between-an-empath-a-narcissist/ I am an Empath. I’m beginning to think I might be a Narcissist, too, or at least have some of those traits. Recent past I’ve been attracted to reading all I can find about the relationships between …

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Living with Dysthymic Disorder and Major Depession

Anne and Rusty

What is Dysthymic Disorder?  http://www.everydayhealth.com/health-report/major-depression/understanding-dysthymia.aspx My Personal Experience of Dysthymia The first time I was hospitalized in a Psychiatric Hospital in 1988 I was diagnosed with Dysthymic Disorder and Bulimia (Translation – Ox Eating), now my type of Bulimia would be called Binge Eating Disorder, for which there is finally an actual diagnosis in the …

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“The Opposite of Depression is not Happiness…”

Anne and Rusty

“The Opposite of Depression is not Happiness but Vitality” Andrew Solomon on Depression:The Secret We Share – Link below: Do you know the difference between depression, grief and sadness? This video is the most authentic and moving talk I’ve ever heard about major depression and well worth listening to. Andrew Solomon describes in detail how …

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