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I Suffer From Depression

Matt Zitron | Posted 13.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Matt Zitron

I suffer from depression. I have for a while, and I'm tempted to say 'on and off'; but I think it's always sort of there, waiting for a moment to rear its head. Some days it's an effort to leave the house; some days I want to run out the door and sprint to wherever I'm going, singing showtunes.

'He Was Under A Voodoo Curse When He Ate Man's Face', Claims Girlfriend

Posted 31.05.2012 | UK

The girlfriend of a naked man who chewed off a large part of a homeless man's face in Miami, Florida has said she believed he was either drugged or un...

Face-Chewing Victim 'Will Recover' From 'Cannibal' Attack

Posted 31.05.2012 | UK

A homeless man who had his face savagely chewed by a man described as a cannibal in broad daylight "will recover", despite almost 80% of his face bein...

PICTURED: Victim Of 'Naked Cannibal Attack'

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 15.06.2012 | UK

Ronald Poppo (right) and Rudy Eugene, left Scroll to the end to see a pixellated image of Poppo's injuries (WARNING, GRAPHIC CONTENT) A homele...

First Image Of Naked 'Cannibal' Shot By Police As He Ate Another Man's Face (PICTURED)

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 28.07.2012 | UK

A naked man who was shot dead by Miami police as he chewed at the face of another nude man has been identified by police sources as a divorcee with a ...

'Cannibal' Attack: Naked Man Shot Dead In Miami 'As He Chewed Victim's Face' (VIDEO, PICTURES)

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 19.06.2012 | UK

UPDATE: Luka Rocco Magnotta, 'Cannibal' Porn Star Murder Suspect In Pictures'Naked Miami Cannibal Attack' In Pictures (GRAPHIC IMAGES)'Naked Canniba...

The Artistic Temperament and Creativity

Sian S. Rathore | Posted 05.06.2012 | Home
Sian S. Rathore

We all know about the insanity that Van Gogh, Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath lived with, and we perhaps are guilty of believing their work is made more beautiful because of our knowledge of their suffering. However I tend to wonder if we overlook the integrity of such works in light of their illness, and how condescending this really is.