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Source: (consider it) Thread: chasing the Black Dog - a depression support thread
Doone
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And one from me EM [Votive]
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Ian Climacus

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And from me...

{{EM}}

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{{EM}}

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Hugs from over here too.

{{{EM}}}

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Erroneous Monk
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Thank you all so much :'-)

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late to the hug party again (((EM)))

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I think that turned into a {{Group}}, but hopefully it helped, EM.

I guess we all need one, now that the days are getting short, the leaves falling, the wind and rain occurring etc. (well, in the Northern wossname, anyway).

IJ

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{{{{{all of us, and anyone else in need}}}}}

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Erroneous Monk
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Thinking of all of you on this dark Monday morning

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Bishops Finger
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Yes, it's rather grey and dismal here, too.

Another {{Group}} for all who find Monday the worst day of the week...

IJ

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Well, it's spring here and we too have one of those mornings. The sea mist has lifted in the hour since I got up, but the day doesn't look much better.

Despite that I'm hoping that a long walk will lift my spirits.

Thinking of all now going into winter.

Juia

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quote:
Originally posted by Erroneous Monk:
Thinking of all of you on this dark Monday morning

Early spring here but very dark with more disappointing clouds. We need rain and they promise rain for weeks no. Some of the state had good falls, but not Sydney where September was the driest on record.

So dark I had to turn kitchen light on to cook breakfast., just before 7:00am.

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I always feel bad that I never post on this thread despite starting it! I have been relatively absent thanks to starting an Access course at a local college (for non-UK people, an Access course is a sort of intensive pre-university course for those who have been out of education/without traditional qualifications) but today submitted my first piece of academic work in many years (my mental health and deadlines have never mixed well), managed to finish it and tidy it up while in the middle of a bad depressive episode and actually really enjoyed writing it. It's such a small thing but feels like a huge achievement.

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Bishops Finger
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Small, maybe, but Life is made up of lots of small things, as well as the big ones.

Well done!

IJ

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Excellent news, Pomona - glad to hear that your academic activities are helping to keep your Black Dog at bay.

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Pomona
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Also, one of my coursemates has a black guide dog in classes with her, so I have a friendly black dog with me rather than a nasty one! [Yipee]

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Doone
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Yay Pomona [Yipee] Best wishes for the rest of the course.

Huia

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Ian Climacus

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Yay Pomona indeed! Well done, and hurrah for friendly and nice black dogs.
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Never feel bad about this thread, Pomona. It being here helps me all the time, and that is thanks to you.

Glad to hear about your course - sounds all good.

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