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My soul is in the moment of time.
The point is, if you continue to act as if you are the type of person you really want to be, you might occasionally forget you are “faking it”. From experience, I can tell you it sometimes works — if you … Continue reading
Anger. I do not recall a single time in my life that I am glad to have been angry. People talk about righteous anger. I don’t know about you but for me all anger feels ‘righteous’ at the time. In … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about why Christianity may be a hard sell for major depressives. First, happiness and joy are completely alien and abstract concepts. The closest thing they have are euphoria and oblivion (probably the reason for the common chemical … Continue reading
Why are major depressives so indecisive? I believe, from personal experience, that they wish to avoid regret. Don’t we all? But in the major depressives case, they know that any decision they make will inevitably lead to regret. How can … Continue reading