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Imperfect Love Is Still Love
: No parent is perfect. Otherwise, they would be angels and not people. Imperfect love is still love.
The Perils of Living in an Apartment Program
: How can people be expected to progress and get somewhere in life when their home life is not...
Nothing to Fear About Shining On
Don't Tell Me It's Just in My Head!
: To be told that a potentially serious condition is the product of my imagination is truly...
Retrospective of a Depressive
: I took the summer to recuperate and to try to regain the calm...
Retrospective Of A Depressive
: I took the summer to recuperate and to try to regain the calm.
Manic-Depression Goes to College
: Months after stabilization with lithium carbonate, I began to pack my bags and head off to college-...
A Fairy Tale of Relationships and Symptoms
: Before I became ill, I was quite popular with the opposite sex, but my confidence plummeted when my...
Unhappy side effect: A Weighty Illness
: …I not comfortable in my own skin, in this new bigger size…Even in those rare moments, when a man...
How I Came to New York
: Prince Arthur said "Goodbye" to Papa Elmer and me and so, despite all efforts to detain me, I was...
Making it Through Problems
: Living life is truly an ‘inside job.’
My Brother’s Illness
: My big brother was my hero, my friend and my knight in shining armor; he was wrenched from me by...
Lifting The Black Veil
: The veil represents the void…which shame, depression, and anxiety emanate like the breath of a...
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