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My Reentry to Life

Reentry, or in this instance, simply entry. It is, in fact, a bit of both. I suffered severe depression for over six decades, dating from just after my 6th birthday. I was lucky enough to eventually discover the key to my illness and set myself free. I was able to reenter life. I finally was able to experience life to its fullest. I experienced the full range of my emotions I had not known most of my life. What I experienced was intoxicating, almost…

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Writer and artist. Published over 150 essays, stories, and articles in 20+ publications and recognized as a Top Writer in History, Science, and Space.

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Writer and artist. Published over 150 essays, stories, and articles in 20+ publications and recognized as a Top Writer in History, Science, and Space.

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