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11:19 am Thu, 1st March 2007

Your Depression Level: 84%

You seem to be severely depressed.
You should seek immediate attention from your physician.
Depression can be cured – you just need to take the first step.

Are You Depressed?

Posted in Introspection, Life | 7 Comments »

  1. 7 Comments on “Blog thing”

  2. miguel
    Mar 1, 2007

    Depressed? Why? Life is too short to be depressed, just enjoy life 🙂

    I saw you at Stickam, good music

    see you soon,

  3. GameDudeX
    Mar 2, 2007

    Just sit back, relax, and everything will turn out lovely.

  4. Maria Anstis
    Mar 2, 2007

    Hi Karen,

    I occasionally tune into your blog and I was somewhat taken aback by the ‘quiz results’. It distracted me for a second as I was led to the ‘blog things’ site and I did about 10 useless quizzes myself. I now know my 1920’s name is Georgette Zola. I wrote to you initially in response to your vlogs -but didn’t hear anything back from you (you’re not obligated of course). At this point I rather feel like a stalker because I keep enjoying the stuff you produce, passing comment.. but it’s one sided 🙁 If my comments here and there bother you.. just tell me and I’ll scat!

    Anyway.. just wanted to say if your quiz results are real and you are really eating nothing.. I do hope you feel better soon. I am pre-menopausal at age 37 and have some shocking mood-swings every 6 to 8 weeks and dark days.. yet my quiz score wasn’t anywhere near as glum as yours (Maybe because I’m fine this week)?

    I checked out more of your photo’s..back when you were in Sydney. I especially enjoyed the trips into work and around work with your commentary. Also I learned you went to a Christian City Church. I actually go to a church here in Geelong called ‘Waterfront Christian Church’. Right now my husband and I are listening to some conferences via podcast in preparation for a ‘special project’ our pastor has guided us into. It’s a new program we will be bringing into the church called ‘Celebrate Recovery’. When I checked it out on the ‘net I couldn’t belive how huge CR is (in the U.S. where it started at Saddleback Church)..and how many people it has helped. Nobody knows about it yet (at church)..but we will begin training soon. It’s all about how we are supposed to go out in the world and do this and do that.. and be everything to everybody.. but how can we do that if our petrol tank is empty? (So to speak).. Anyway.. here I am again with this one sided conversation.. I better finish up. Oh.. I also notice we both enjoy good food.. I enjoy your food pics too.

    Catch you another time.


  5. vivian
    Mar 10, 2007

    Hang in there, things may seem bad now, but they will get better =)

  6. rat
    Mar 11, 2007

    eeep, hang in there

  7. Marcos
    Mar 16, 2007

    It’s not worth for taking you out of your depression (i’m afarid) but still wanted to tell you that, in despite of what you think, what you do, what you are, or how do you carry your life, time puts all in place again.

    It’s not magic, it’s not psicology, it’s nothing indeed, it’s just an universal law.

    So, probablly you’ll touch the bottom of your soul, drawned into your own dry tears, and (afterwards) will raise again because your soul floats 🙂

    sooner or later, whatever you do or whatever you want, you’ll be happy again.

    It’s only a matter of time, so…

    perhaps you would like to do the only thing you can do: accelerate the process trying to be a little more happy today than what was yesterday, dont’t you think so?

    Go on, don’t give up ’cause you have friends, and ppl that loves you.

    probably you are richer than you believe now 🙂

  8. John
    Mar 28, 2007

    I don’t particularly like your page, and I also think that you are, in some ways, vain.

    But, at the same time, I don’t want you to be depressed. (Wouldn’t want that wished upon anyone.) So I hope you get out of your funk soon.

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