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11:11 Talk Radio

11:11 Talk Radio

Monday at 8 AM Pacific

May 31st 2012:Eric Maisel

Are you unhappy? Okay; but does that mean you have the “mental disorder” known as “depression?” Just look around you, Dr. Maisel urges readers in Rethinking Depression, and see how many people are diagnosed as “depressed” in our society today. It seems that no one is allowed to be unhappy in this day and age, he suggests, without having it labeled as an abnormal mental disorder. Is this practice in itself normal? Ethical, even?

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Dr. Eric Maisel is an author, family therapist and cultural observer and is widely regarded as America’s foremost creativity coach. His more than 30 books cover a wide variety of subjects, from handling toxic criticism and performance anxiety to living the writing life in Paris and San Francisco, and his special interests are the classical existential themes of making meaning and taking personal responsibility. ericmaisel.com
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