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Ronnie o'Sullivan on his depression
If you don't know, Ronnie o'Sulivan is the most talented and naturally gifted snooker player ever. He is snooker's equivalent to Roger Federer and Zinidine Zidane.
I've been reading his autobiography where he talks in depth about his depression which has plagued his career.
Wow. This guy has described word for word exactly how I behave and feel when I'm in my really low moods. Whilst this book probably won't 'cure' me I think its an interesting read for anybody who suffers from recurring low moods, like many of us procrastinators.
If any of you pick it up, lemme know what you think of it.
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No One Answer
We are all the same and yet so different. What works for one person may not work for another, even the 12 steps do not work for everyone, that is why there are so many self help books, that particular help worked for that person, we all need to write our own recovery book. We all have our own answer. We need to keep looking and find what works for us.
I am looking forward to reading the book.