The Inability to Cry

The Inability to Cry

There are 1 comment on the Psychology Today story from Apr 15, 2014, titled The Inability to Cry. In it, Psychology Today reports that:

The inability to feel anything -- neither sadness nor anything else - is one of the danger signs in melancholic depression .

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HumanSpirit

Lake Butler, FL

#1 Apr 16, 2014
More horse manure from the mental health Industry fishing for patients.

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