At 04:04 AM 10/11/98 -0400, Mary Therise Gleason wrote:
>I once suffered from Clinical Depression as a teenager. (snip)
>Gradually, I burnt it out of my system, but with it I think
>I lost something. Like the other side of the coin, "happiness", if you
I find this paragraph far more sincere than the remainder of your post which was laden with namecalling and rude affront extinquishing any readible point. What you lost might be on the other side of this.
I have been diagnosed as being Clinically Depressed and have been such the majority of my life. The Winters are the worse, yet I think I know what you mean about 'loosing' something. It was such a part of yourself that you almost feel you betray that side of you when you're not in that state of mind. Correct?
("An Imaginary Life" By: David Malouf)