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08/10/2015

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davidly

There is no doubt a prevalence of personality affects among "the type" who suffer from a whole array of emotional depression, which would include self-loathing and misanthropy and often preclude positive, active participation in the community — though, of course, many who do in spite of it.

And — not that my intention here is to argue against participation — but I am reminded how vicious circles can sometimes be: sneeringly elitist and exclusionary. It would behoove one to choose them wisely, if one has a choice at all.

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