Sometimes it's possible to communicate a great deal in a few short minutes. In this video, produced by the WHO, the experience of depression is described using Winston Churchill's metaphor of the black dog.
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Monday, 9 December 2013
The Black Dog of Depression
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That was terrific. Thank you.ReplyDelete