Monday, 6 February 2017

Manic Depression from A-Z: “Juvenile”

Manic depression is an illness that can take a person’s standard of living away from them. It can take their job, their family and their home. It can even take their life. I have been doing a comprehensive series on manic depression by using the alphabet. I am to the letter “j.” So far we have looked at “abnormal,” “brain,” “denial,” “grandiosity” and “habitual” to name a few. For “j” the word I have selected is “juvenile.” Manic depressive’s are “babyish.” They can be selfish and want their own way. They aren’t really interested in working things out. They are

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