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I just published my new book, Disco Hypnotic, whic...

2007-11-21T15:08:00.000-05:00

I just published my new book, Disco Hypnotic, which is all about the human mind. Information about it can be found at DiscoHypnotic.com. Any comments or review would be appreciated.



Rivka, I suspect that your blog is helping quite ...

2007-02-06T21:55:00.000-05:00

Rivka,

I suspect that your blog is helping quite a few people.



Oh, I completely agree. I think putting up the lin...

2007-02-06T14:22:00.000-05:00

Oh, I completely agree. I think putting up the links to depression-related sites is a great idea, too.



Ayelet: I put it up in a separate post right after...

2007-02-06T13:23:00.000-05:00

Ayelet: I put it up in a separate post right after this one.

Ezzie: if I were writing a Jewish blog that wasn't just about dealing with this disorder, one that was more general, I would definitely have a blogroll. It's just with this, aside from maybe leaving people off, it would make sense to list other depression-related blogs, most of which probably aren't Jewish.

But there are so many details related to coping and support that are uniquely Jewish, so many things that affect my depression that are uniquely Jewish that this has to be a Jewish blog about depression and bipolar, which would mean listing Jewish blogs, and then it all gets too complicated and too risky.

But you are so right, the networking and connections are invaluable.



For similar reasons, I haven't updated my blogroll...

2007-02-06T00:24:00.000-05:00

For similar reasons, I haven't updated my blogroll in almost a year (though I probably will at some point anyway, and just hope I don't leave anyone off).

The best reason for having a blogroll is that many people stumble on blogs through other blogrolls; sometimes, even blogs which they really gain a lot from. (I never would have found any Jewish blogs if not for that.) But your reasons are good ones.



What's the cool blog?

2007-02-05T21:35:00.000-05:00

What's the cool blog?