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Posted - 04/14/2014 :  03:44:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Reply to Topic
Have you ever felt this way?
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Posted - 09/07/2014 :  04:55:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Reply to Topic
What is the question?

There was an American politician who was nominated to run for Vice President, and then it was learned he had had shock treatments for depression. I believe his name was Eagleston. Would the USA accept someone like that who had a history of depression?

It turns out, the public here did not want a future President to have a history of depression.

Well, in defense of the poor man, Rollo May was cited as saying that mental health or lack thereof had to do with the desire to hurt other people. If that was the criteria, of course his mental health was good enough to run for President of the USA considering how many war mongers we have had in the past.

Strictly in my opinion, it is not nice to desire to hurt someone else, but very human.

As far as healthy eating and nutrition might go, a bunch of anger stirred up in my system is going to make my digestion uneven.

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