I’m going to answer ‘no.’ Because being a patient has been a revelatory experience. It’s taught me how difficult it can be to verbalize what you’re feeling. Chihuahua I’m Your Friend Poster. And it’s taught me the power of denial, even for someone who studies the symptoms. When I began the medication it was like a veil had been lifted from my eyes. So much of what I know about depression, I learned by getting through it. When it starts to get crowded, I’ll leave. Because I can’t stand the looks. You know how many people were gonna sit on that bench over there, but decided against it, because of what’s sitting right here? I drank myself into homelessness. So I’m not looking for violins or tissues. But I used to be in the mainstream. I was somebody once, and people used to look at me without any barriers or animosity.
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I can tell you this: when John Lennon sings ‘Imagine,’ it’s complete bullshit. He was living in the Dakota when he wrote that, overlooking Central Park. Imagine no possessions? Chihuahua I’m Your Friend Poster. He should have written a song about all the wonderful things that he had. Imagine nothing to live or die for? No Yoko? No career? No child? No fame? No status? Well here I am. There’s no peace here. My parents are from the same small village in Mexico. My mother was the daughter of a successful farmer. My father was very poor. Supposedly they never spoke to each other. My father says he would sit on a rock and admire her from far away. She lived in a big house. She could barely leave because her father was very strict. So they came to America for two different reasons.