Nervous Breakdowns Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Judith Thurman: Even after several hospitalizations for alcohol and drug-related nervous breakdowns, poet Edna St. Vincent Millay Even after several hospitalizations for alcohol and drug-related nervous breakdowns, poet Edna St. Vincent Millay defined sobriety as restricting her daily intake of liquor to a liter and a half of wine. — Judith Thurman
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Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Stephen King: I don't mean that creative people are somehow finer, or more sensitive, and thus have I don't mean that creative people are somehow finer, or more sensitive, and thus have finer, more sensitive nervous breakdowns - you can save that horseshit for the Sylvia Plath worshipers. It's just that creative people have creative breakdowns. — Stephen King
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Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By John Le Carre: Only adults had nervous breakdowns in those days, so the methods of survival for boys Only adults had nervous breakdowns in those days, so the methods of survival for boys who refused to join the system were animal cunning, "internal immigration" as the Germans call it, or simply getting the hell out. I practised the first two, then opted for the third and took myself to Switzerland. — John Le Carre
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Grace Kelly: I hated Hollywood. It's a town without pity. Only success counts. I know of no I hated Hollywood. It's a town without pity. Only success counts. I know of no other place in the world where so many people suffer from nervous breakdowns, where there are so many alcoholics, neurotics and so much unhappiness. — Grace Kelly
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Marianne Williamson: Nervous breakdowns can be highly underrated methods of spiritual transformation. Nervous breakdowns can be highly underrated methods of spiritual transformation. — Marianne Williamson
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: Some logics get nervous breakdowns. Overloaded phone system behaves like frightened child. Mike did not Some logics get nervous breakdowns. Overloaded phone system behaves like frightened child. Mike did not have upsets, acquired sense of humor instead. Low one. If he were a man, you wouldn't dare stoop over. His idea of thigh-slapper would be to dump you out of bed - or put itch powder in pressure suit. — Robert A. Heinlein
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Soseki Natsume: It's like the frog that tried to outdo the cow...see, the consequences are reflected in It's like the frog that tried to outdo the cow...see, the consequences are reflected in each of us as individuals. A people so oppressed by the West have no mental leisure, they can't do anything worthwhile. They get an education that's stripped to the bare bone, and they're driven with their noses to the grindstone until they're dizzy -- that's why they all end up with nervous breakdowns. Try talking to them -- they're usually stupid. They haven't thought about a thing beyond themselves, that day, that very instant. They're too exhausted to think about anything else; it's not their fault. Unfortunately, exhaustion of the spirit and deterioration of the body come hand-in-hand. And that's not all. The decline of morality has set in too. Look where you will in this country, you won't find one square inch of brightness. It's all pitch black. So what difference would it make... — Soseki Natsume
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Benedict Smith: I wish I wrote the way I thoughtObsessivelyIncessantlyWith maddening hungerI'd write to the point of I wish I wrote the way I thought
Obsessively
Incessantly
With maddening hunger
I'd write to the point of suffocation
I'd write myself into nervous breakdowns
Manuscripts spiralling out like tentacles into abysmal nothing
And I'd write about you
a lot more
than I should — Benedict Smith
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Barbara Marx Hubbard: Our media, which is like a planetary nervous system, are far more sensitive to breakdowns Our media, which is like a planetary nervous system, are far more sensitive to breakdowns than to breakthroughs. They filter out our creativity and successes, considering them less newsworthy than violence, war, and dissent. When we read newspapers and watch television news, we feel closer to a death in the social body than to an awakening. — Barbara Marx Hubbard
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Malcolm Lowry: Under the Volcano embraces everything from Dante to Freud to the cabala. Here it shambles Under the Volcano embraces everything from Dante to Freud to the cabala. Here it shambles like Cervantes, there it rages like Ahab, and every page of it pulsates on Out of Body Auto-Reply, that style of pure Lowry that points at once backward, to all European literature, and forward, to the mother of all nervous breakdowns. — Malcolm Lowry
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Charles Le Gai Eaton: Sadly but, perhaps, not altogether unexpectedly this society has had very limited success in achieving Sadly but, perhaps, not altogether unexpectedly this society has had very limited success in achieving what is supposed to be the justification for its existence
the greatest amount of happiness for the greatest possible number of people. In so far as its citizens are saved from the major anxieties and responsibilities which normally surround the business of being a man, they transfer what appears to be an unvarying human capacity for worry to the most trivial things, making mountains out of molehills on a vast scale; and they have 'nervous breakdowns' over problems which men and women living under sterner conditions would hardly find time to notice. — Charles Le Gai Eaton
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Leslie Moonves: I understand why creative people like dark, but American audiences don't like dark. They like I understand why creative people like dark, but American audiences don't like dark. They like story. They do not respond to nervous breakdowns and unhappy episodes that lead nowhere. They like their characters to be a part of the action. They like strength, not weakness, a chance to work out any dilemma. — Leslie Moonves
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Chris Pronger: Whether the guys are nervous or just had mental breakdowns, it happens. The game is Whether the guys are nervous or just had mental breakdowns, it happens. The game is a game of mistakes. And how you deal with them and correct them and all the things like that is what makes this game great and makes hockey the sport it is. — Chris Pronger
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Philip K. Dick: People suffering nervous breakdowns often do a lot of research, to find explanations for what People suffering nervous breakdowns often do a lot of research, to find explanations for what they are undergoing. the research, of course fails. — Philip K. Dick
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Frank Schaeffer: Priscilla has made it a mission to disabuse the students who still come to L'Abri Priscilla has made it a mission to disabuse the students who still come to L'Abri of the Schaeffer mythology. She makes no secret of her nervous breakdowns, her dependence on Prozac, her depression and anxiety attacks, her alcohol-related struggles. She will tell anyone who asks that being a Schaeffer child - and the pressure from Mom to be part of the ministry and, above all, from strangers to live up to their "Schaeffer expectations" - didn't help. When I called her to ask if she would allow me to write about her problems, and she gave me the okay, she also said "Mom drove me crazy, but in fairness I would have suffered from stress and depression anywhere. I would push too hard in L'Abri, then crash. If I had been doing something else just as intense, it would have happened, too." Susan — Frank Schaeffer
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Bertrand Russell: One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important. — Bertrand Russell
Nervous Breakdowns Sayings By Samantha Schutz: I am fearful of romantic dinners,huge crowds, dusk -of normal things-afraid to be loved,the one I am fearful of romantic dinners,
huge crowds, dusk -
of normal things-
afraid to be loved,
the one thing I want most.
Maybe it's because I don't think I deserve it
because I am not that perfect
little girl that I was supposed to be,
well manicured and well groomed,
because I have nervous breakdowns,
and take pills,
and keep moving on. — Samantha Schutz