Reading with Depression By Amanda Diehl

I read a lot of books. Not as many as I would like nor as many as some of my friends. I don’t leave the house with a book in hard copy or on the iPad, it just doesn’t happen. You never know when you’re going to be held up or bored or just in need of something to read.

This article by Amanda Diehl is important. The article is important because what do we do when we want to read but can’t. What do we do if something steals our ability to enjoy one of our treasured activities? Be it depression, stroke, dementia, the list could be far more detailed, how does a book worm cope?

Thankfully, I have never had to experience any of this.

You can read Amanda’s post here

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