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    I was talking about self-depracative jokes. xD

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    I was extra nice to everyone all day and it seemed to perk people right up. It came back to me, with lots of smiles, jokes and return niceness, more than I expected so I had a really nice day.

    Okay, that sounds really dorky. Tomorrow I'll be extra mean and see what that does.

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    Watched Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. It's so good! :O There were things I felt could've been better developed but overall I like it. Looking forward to watching The Crimes of Grindwald.

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    I have a sinus infection... At least I got a Potato Cat hug...

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    I woke up with the same feeling of inexorable hopelessness that I experience daily. I sat down to write and all that came out was mush--some of the worst sentences I'd ever seen composed.
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    @Darkkin- Is that kitty wearing clothes? Hope you feel better.

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    @J.T. Chris- Well that is no fun. Do you know any ways to try to fix it? I'm no medical expert but I hear St. John's wort (over the counter supplement) is good, if you can't get to a doctor for it. Also, light exercise and sunshine (I've read that depression is frequently tied in with vitamin D deficiency, which is common in the colder months).

    I had bouts of depression for years but a decade or so ago, they just stopped and I have no idea why. Hope you feel better soon.

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    Yeah, I think the only thing that would help is if I could sit down and finish a story without judging it, from start to finish. In all seriousness though, I am medicated; just going through a difficult phase of my life right now. That's what brought me back here. As frustrating as it is, the writing is therapeutic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.T. Chris View Post
    I woke up with the same feeling of inexorable hopelessness that I experience daily. I sat down to write and all that came out was mush--some of the worst sentences I'd ever seen composed.
    Sorry to hear this, but if it’s any consolation, if I read a story that opened with what you’d just put down here, I’d be hooked straight away


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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcharles View Post
    Sorry to hear this, but if it’s any consolation, if I read a story that opened with what you’d just put down here, I’d be hooked straight away
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