Hey Polly. How do I stop being an asshole? Last night, I went out with my husband to enjoy a big festival in town. We both noticed a sign from a distance, but as we approached, another reveler stood directly in front of the sign to read it. Later, a woman with a pram cut across our path, not looking where she was going. Another quiet chuckle from my husband.
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When I arrived at Stanford University as a year-old researcher, I was an inexperienced, ineffective, and extremely nervous teacher. I got poor teaching evaluations in my first year on the job, and I deserved them. I worked to become more effective in the classroom and was delighted to win the best-teacher award in my department by student vote at the graduation ceremony at the end of my third year. I bet you do, too. And most of us, unfortunately, have to deal with assholes in our workplaces at one time or another.
People with depression will try to speak metaphorically about it. You will hear phrases likening depression to a storm, a roller coaster, falling down the rabbit hole, or dancing with demons. Metaphorically they are all accurate descriptions. Depression comes and goes like a storm.