Depression

My Favorite Teacher

Hi! Paul here! Today I wanted to discuss PTSD Depression, and how ACTING is a big part of my life or was a part of my life. Maybe this post will sound a bit like you and you’ll get the help you need because you finally realize that you need...

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Is My Father Depressed Or Needy?

Dear Judge Mental Jones, I’m 35 years old and my newly retired narcissistic, possibly depressed, and needy father wants to hang out with me all the time. He was too busy to hang out for the previous 34 years and I never had an issue with it until...

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How Do I Enjoy Life?

It was the Winter of 1939 and the world was breaking out into a World War. The United States had yet to step in and their recruiting was not at the level it’s at today. With The Great Depression still at the forefront, creating jobs was...

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Top Ten Silly Things That Help Cheer Me Up

I can get pretty blue. Depression has been keeping me company on and off me at least since I was a teen, I guess you could say we go waaaaaaayyyyy back. Yes, I have lots of other more serious tools to help me get along in hard times, and we will be...

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Watch Edward Scissorhands And My Career Won’t Die

It was December of 1990, my kick-ass band and I were touring all the best gin joints that the Southwest had to offer. I felt a little like me again after I bid adieu to my soul-sucking days on 21 Jump Street, then immersing myself in the works of...

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Herpes And Depression

Herpes is a very common virus that affects a massive portion of the population. In the U.S., it’s estimated that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 5 men live with herpes, and many of them do so without even realizing it. However, even though herpes is...

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Depression Food Line

If you battle depression, you most likely evaluate yourself  or others as being superior or inferior, instead of describing, accepting and understanding. Do you continually live your life by measuring things against arbitrary standards? Do you have...

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The Unauthorized Deathbed Letter Of Inigo Montoya

My uncle, Don, was recently vacationing off the Pacific Coast of Mexico, treasure hunting with a crew of other people that have no lives when one of them discovered a giant structure on their image detector as their boat neared an isolated...

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