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“I wrote this follow-up mostly because it was a cathartic exercise, and I’ve been advised to write about and discuss my illness. This may also support others suffering depression – the prevalent, but hidden illness of our time. -

Neil Frazer”

If I broke my arm in a cycling accident and wandered into a coffee shop frequented by cyclists to tell my story, I would be fêted and the free coffee would flow. People would be sympathetic and tell their “me-too” stories. However, if I walked into the café and

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