Originally published by Guest Blogger.
Over the past 15 years, a toxic combination of the general slowing-down of litigation (especially the near disappearance of my life’s work, jury trials) and a major health setback involving chemotherapy sent me into what the psychiatrists call a major depressive disorder. In everyday parlance, I was suffering from Depression, with a capital “D.”
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