Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Manic Depression from A-Z: “Obstinate” and “Obsessive”

Obstinate implies “unyielding and often unreasonable persistence.”1An Obsession is a “persistent preoccupation with an idea” or “something that causes an obsession.”2 I have been going through the alphabet studying manic depression. There are always plenty of words with each letter that apply to this most complex condition and while I started using just one I have begun to use more than one. We have reached the letter “O” and the two aforementioned words give us another clue about manic depression. Manic depression is a continuous series of highs and lows. When a person is high they can do anything; when

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