I look forward to hearing them
Are you saying depression is like pessimism, in the above quote? If so, are you saying they are not in fact different, or are you making a claim I'm missing about the difference?
Also sorry for the premature send if that is externally perceptible
How is ""Depression is just contentment with a bad attitude" false exactly?
I'm not trying to claim its true or sport defend flat earth style. I truly believe it's different.
But back in Covid and even early aftermath I remember so often thinking "There's no reason to go out because we're all so happy at home that out likely wont be any better" which I eventually noticed is awfully similar to "There's no reason to go out because I'm so unhappy out that out likely won't be any better." Seemed like a possible window into others' lived experience.
Not really a rationality question but this is the highest concentration I know of people who have known people with depression, and also people who can answer potentially emotionally charged questions rationally.
Heh, we get so caught up in one path we forget others sometimes don't we? That's a great idea. Thanks!
It seems to not be sending me the reset e-mail. I requested twice last night, separated by five minutes. I'll PM Hab, just in case the system forgot my e-mail address, but still a problem if so that there is no message to that effect.
ETA: Multiple messages sent with no reply. Shall I assume this project is no longer going forward?
Metaphor makes sense; I'dn't thought of that. Thanks!
Thanks! That accords with what people have said and with reason better than the former reigning champion.
Sorry for delay; was at a wedding. When I start typing comments on my phone the submit button disappears, so I can only comment from my computer, and I'm trying to avoid thumbs until they fix the asymmetry.
How do folks use the term "bullying" these days? (links to dictionaries will be ignored)
When I was a kid it was simple: child on child violence. Then people started using it for just word stuff without real physical harm, then for adults, then with an implication of warranting the enforcement of authorities to stop...
I get the impression it's currently either used as "being mean in any sense one could perceive" broadly or "being mean in a way we should get people with some form of authority to force people to stop" but I don't know which, or which is closer, and the ambiguity is enough to change real meaning.
It appears so. I sometimes sleep past sunrise since retiring, but I almost never did when I worked at the bank.
All in all, mission success, priors updated :)
To me, yes. I don't personally know many adults who stay up into the double digits more than occasionally, but it was brought to my attention that does not exactly mirror the global situation.
Meant college, if one went to college, and whatever schooling one had if not.
College kids staying up into the double digits every night for parties and/or homework is not really what I was wondering about.