It’s called “depressive realism.” Sharot writes, “If you ask mildly depressed individuals what they expect in the upcoming month, they will give you a pretty accurate account. If you ask them about their longevity or the likelihood of having a certain illness, they will give you correct estimations.”
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Stop Lying to Yourselves
By M. Bouffant at 15:58
Why you should believe us when we tell you that everything is made of shit & you're all dying.