Your topic reminds us all that because of our love for animals, we could not have simply evolved from them. It was an act of divine creation that the species would recognize the similarities of their Maker, and through them, we could know proof of the character of God.
You describe that sitting at the computer soooo well. When I nod off at the keyboard for, like a two hour nap, when I wake, and have to look out the window to know whether its night or day - - - - just like my PC, I need to reboot!
Then with the first physical act of the new(?) day, I find the restart button, and one step at a time, I slip back into the fresh hours of my life. The initial desire to make love passes quickly as I grope wildly for any concubine present. Nobody home. Like usual, my neck is sore. Ho hum. Its still daylight.
You two really have something there. After the bewilderment of discovering my bipolar dx, I decided that the disorder was going to be "normal life" for ME. The family history was there and I could not deny that cycling was going to be part of my future.
Listen to me now. I was sentencing myself to a lifetime of servitude to self doubt and unhappiness. My connection with you two and others here caused me to want to hear more. (shazaam!)
THIS Life is "normal" for me and for you, too. Our 'selfie" thoughts belong to us, also. Thanks for sharing yours with all of us.
Welcome to our board. We're glad to "see" you. You can read my member profile from the column at the upper left. e're mostly a friendly bunch and Dr. Goldberg rounds out our professional staff to keep us medically in line. (He answers the tough questions).
i have used Welbutrin in the past with excellent results. Best wishes to You! The Ol' GoatView Thread
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