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"reveneală" de vară

Revin, plec, revin…
Presupun că pentru asta-i vara. 
Am terminat-o cu examenele pentru anul ăsta, mi-ajunge.
Şi acum… ca-n fiecare vară, încep să citesc, şi nu prea termin. 121 more words

On Depression

The 18th – 24th April has been named Depression Awareness Week. I’ve read a few articles that have made me think – one of which was ‘What does depression feel like? 736 more words

Recommended link: What does depression feel like?

Yesterday’s Guardian posted an article by Tim Lott that simply won’t wait. I feel I must post the link to it today. It is heartfelt, insightful and powerful, and deals with a phenomenon that most of us understand only poorly if at all, but which affects innumerable people at some point in their lives. 453 more words

Mental Health & Recovery

Les Miserables

Apparently it’s depression awareness week and Tim Lott writes about his experiences of the condition in the Guardian.

I’m loving his summary:

I have a suspicion that society, in its heart of hearts, despises depressives because it knows they have a point: the recognition that life is finite and sad and frightening. 9 more words

Laughter and Forgetting

My memory fails me.  It always has.  But these days I do not seem to have the faculties to hang on to the most basic information.  550 more words

Gardening Times

KidZania gets children ready for a life of shopping and the pursuit of status

LONDON, United Kingdom. The Guardian. November 6, 2015. (English), by Tim Lott. –I reluctantly decided it was time to visit our local kids’ attraction, KidZania, at Shepherd’s Bush Westfield – an “educational theme park” where children can try out adult jobs. 633 more words

Metropolitan

the importance of understanding learning (for what it really is ...)

Tim Lott has a good and reflective article in the Guardian this weekend.  The thesis of it, I think, is that learning ability is but a small piece of what society should see being a human really consists of: 1,254 more words

Thinking Time