This tree is seriously depressed. It's hollow is now a hole.
This is probably what you thought I meant by the title of this post. No, no. That's just how I felt after my job interview. Sheesh.
The job interview went really well.
This is what doctors throw at you when you feel hollow. Research shows a 50% success rate. The 50% unsuccessful rate includes patients who became more suicidal and/or dead. Also, lots of people who got better taking a sugar pill.
This is the stuff that one of my writing instructors in college used to treat her depression. (Hint: The definition of depression in this text box excludes indentation. See the tree above.)True fact: Both ant-depressants and allergy medication effect the histamine receptors. (Though anti-depressants monkey around with other receptors too. Hence, why antidepressants can make you suicidal and allergy medication can't.)
Since allergy suffers can experience fatigue. weakness and drowsiness, I've always wanted to study allergies and depression. That is, I have a theory that X percentage of the population are not depressed at all. They just have allergies.This would make a GREAT scientific study. It would be easy to study, too:
!/3 of the group gets a sugar pill.
1/3 gets allergy medication.
1/3 gets an antidepressant.
But what I'd really like a pill for the economic depression.
True fact: When the economy is good, fewer people are depressed.
Perhaps instead of building a secret giant information storage center for Prism, or chasing Snowden, Obma should be concerned about the economy and jobs.
The angular distance of a celestial object below the horizon
This is the first definition of depression. I have no clue what it means. When I search for a graphic I got fresh eggs. True story.
M.R. Jordan is a writer, editor, sporadic blogger, and lover of beer. Lives in South Korea with her two cats, Bear and Geumbi.
Bear (Gom in Korean) then (above) now (below)
Geumbi (Gold in English)... then (above) and now (below).