Posts tagged too real.
- gatsby: hey i just met you
- gatsby: and this is crazy
- gatsby: but i'm going to spend most of my life and wealth in an attempt to pursue you for your stunning vapidness and the warped image of yourself created in my mind as a precursor to my eventual fall
- gatsby: so call me maybe
“The cocktail for Roosevelt’s (FDR) political resilience was his hyperthymic personality, along with the adversity of medical illness. His hyperthymic personality made him open to new ideas, and charismatic, but also, in the face of polio, hyperthymia helped him to be resilient, to rise above and better understand human suffering. This psychological evolution may have helped him handle the huge crises of economic depression and world war. His mind was agile and he did not recoil from the most terrible of decisions. His attitude was, Perkins said, that “nothing in human judgment is final. One may courageously take the step that seems right today because it can be modified tomorrow if it does not work well.”
Dr. Nassir Ghaemi, “A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness”