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Holidays & Writer’s Depression


It’s commonly believed that all writers get regularly depressed…

Holidays and Writer's Depression

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Common beliefs can often be wrong…

Many writers can get periodically depressed—God forbid some doctor should prescribe anti-depressants—unless absolutely called for…

Not only writers get periodically depressed—our culture has many aspects that could depress anyone…

Some writers—some people—can’t rise above periodic depression—stay in the bottomless pit—fall prey to complete stagnation…

The holidays—mostly due to the incredible materialistic pressures they can exert—are a prime time for depressions.

I wrote a post last year that might help those with periodic (or terminal) depression—The Tortured Artist and A World Gone Mad . . .

If you’re down and need some relief, read that post and watch the video………
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3 responses to “Holidays & Writer’s Depression

  1. D.G.Kaye November 18, 2014 at 9:37 pm

    Depression is getting more and more recognized these days, especially since the death of Robin Williams, many people are realizing the severity. I don’t know that writers get more depressed than the average person, although writers tend to live very much in their heads and many write as a cathartic release I think that many artists ie: writers, musicians, actors tend to be a bit more emotional than the average person. An excellent post! :)

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    • Alexander M Zoltai November 19, 2014 at 11:30 am

      Thank you, ever so much, D. G.

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      • D.G.Kaye November 19, 2014 at 7:09 pm

        :)

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