On Depression

Winston Churchill called it his black dog: periods of melancholy and despondence that came to him and then clung to his side like a nefarious dog that refuses to leave the side of its owner.  While there is much debate and speculation about whether Churchill suffered from a diagnoseable mental illness, what’s not debated is the fact that this great WWII Prime Minister suffered periods of grief and depression that significantly affected him. There are very few of us who […]

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