"When it comes to having a mental illness, the G.I. Joe doctrine is meaningless: Knowing what will help you isn’t close to half the battle. It’s a tenth of the battle, at best. Most people with depression are already aware—often too aware—of all the things we could or should be doing to combat our condition. But where the well-meaning mentally healthy person sees a straightforward progression toward improvement, we see the paradox: yes, if we could do those things, it might help our depression, but not being able to do those things is a major part of being depressed."
Yeah, that's cool, let's mock the poor by spending $585 on a pair of shoes to make us look like them. Fantastic. Lemme see some skinny rich mother fucker rockin' these, I'ma ask him why this is a good style and why spending almost 600 on shoes to look poor was something he wanted to do.
USA & SWEDEN: Richard II Live Cinema Screening Venues Announced
The Royal Shakespeare Company in association with Picturehouse Entertainment have started announcing international venues that will stream t
Brilliantly smart-ass responses to completely well-meaning signs.
Most of these signs were designed to help people — to get where they're going, to find a pet, to avoid grievous bodily harm — and yet some w
What women don’t want: pink beer, pink cars, a new pink ghetto
Enough with the pinkification of womanly consumption: It’s not only insulting, but also, as a recent study shows, dangerous
Google+ Can Be A Social Network Or The Name Police – Not Both
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