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Old 01-01-2012, 07:55 PM View Post #11 (Link)
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No, I have clinical depression, and I still manage to suck it up. Don't generalise.
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The main reason for critique is that it's always better to lern via somebody's else mistakes, which are much more obvious in works of others, but not in your own ones.
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