Writers more prone to depression

Writers more prone to depression

Writers are commonly perceived as a moody, stubborn, serious, sulky and exasperated person who is not at all easy to handle. It’s only once a person enters a writer’s trusted zone that he or she become aware of the beautiful and creative side of his or her personality. It would not be wrong to say that writers are the smart, intelligent, witty and creative people who enjoy playing with words. However, the underlying fact is that these shy and short-tempered people often suffer from depression.

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Bullied LGBT youth prone to lasting depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, says study

Bullied LGBT youth prone to lasting depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, says study

It gets better with time. That is what many LGBT youths, who have to face regular harassment or bullying, would like to believe. For some of them it indeed gets better, but for others, it does not. For the latter group of individuals, the cumulative impact of harassment can lead to serious consequences long after the victimization has subsided.

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