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Mind Over Appendix? I Don’t Think So

By Therese J. Borchard
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Mind Over Appendix? I Don't Think SoI love it when you get hit over the head with your own words.

Today I read a meaningful email by someone who had read my book. She said it was the passage on page 120 to 121 that provided the epiphany moment she needed to seek help for her mood disorder.

I was curious to see what was on these pages, so I got a copy out and read this…

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Mind Over Appendix? I Don’t Think So

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  1. Thanks for this post. Just the reminder that I need right now as my rapid cycling bipolar seems to be flaring up again. It’s difficult to not want to or try to talk myself out of the cycles, especially during the crazy holiday season and the end of the school semester (I’m a graduate student) when there is so much to do and so little time to slow down.

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