terry oggel wrote:
> Twain's manic depressiveness (now called bi-polar mood disorder, I believe)
> seems to be well established. ... Now diagnosable
> and treatable with drugs. Alas, for the individual that's good, to be able
> to have it treated; but for the rest of humanity, much great art is lost, no
I, too, am manic-depressive. I was treated with drugs from 1981 to 1990,
and I have many friends with a variety of psychiatric diagnoses.
I do not believe the drugs are good for the individual; and for the rest
of humanity, more than great art is lost.
Pardon the deviation from our Twain focus.
larry marshburne ([log in to unmask])