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August 13, 2010


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Eric H Janzen

Logan, thanks for this. I totally understand what you are saying. I remember some years ago now learning about melancholy and how it differs from depression. It was a revelation for me as I, like you, have a melancholic nature. It is good to hear what you say about not rejecting the depth that comes from melancholy while recognizing the very different character of depression. Hey...I'm not alone! and that feels good to know.

eric h janzen


this comment is not made in error (it is the same as the last comment i made)

how understandably human..
and beautifully divine.

thank you Logan.


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