Mental Health Experts Warn Lack Of Purpose, Accomplishments Could Be Sign Democratic Leaders Depressed

Mental Health Experts Warn Lack Of Purpose, Accomplishments Could Be Sign Democratic Leaders Depressed

Harold Rubenstein, Nancy Pelosi

6/21/2022 6:30:00 PM

Mental Health Experts Warn Lack Of Purpose, Accomplishments Could Be Sign Democratic Leaders Depressed

WASHINGTON—Noting that such behavior pointed to a textbook diagnosis of the psychological disorder, Georgetown University mental health researchers released a study Tuesday warning that the lack of purpose, accomplishments, and all-around drive among the nation’s Democratic leaders could be a sign they are depressed.…

WASHINGTON—Noting that such behavior pointed to a textbook diagnosis of the psychological disorder, Georgetown University mental health researchers released a study Tuesday warning that the lack of purpose, accomplishments, and all-around drive among the nation’s Democratic leaders could be a sign they are depressed. “Sadly, the inability to accomplish basic daily tasks such as passing bills or articulating any clear sense of what they’re doing in Congress suggests the party’s leadership is going through a major depressive episode,” said psychologist and study co-author Harold Rubenstein, adding that an especially worrying sign was that Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Biden seemed to have lost virtually all interest in past favorite activities like talking down to blue-collar voters and grandstanding over racial progress. “It often seems as if they’re simply going through the motions when they putter around the Senate floor and discuss passing common-sense gun control. Honestly, you look into the eyes of Majority Leader Schumer or Vice President Harris, and it’s unclear if they even see a reason to be alive anymore.” The researchers added that GOP leaders such as Mitch McConnell appeared to be more self-actualized and assured of their purpose in life than ever.

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'But are the donors ok?' Congresspersons have to meet their daily fundraising quotas. 'We want to stop a coup but don't know how.' 🤷‍♂️ *pours out 40 of chocolate ice-cream for undead DNC homies* WhoWillThinkOfThePortfolios Omg our elected leaders are just like me fr You don't stay drunk for 50 years if you're happy right Nancy ?

Hard to get things done when it's non-stop cocaine & orgy parties. Reports of manic, marathon viewing of old 'Murder She Wrote's also very telling. Slip some Xanax into their booster shots. That’s a funny way to spell “corrupt”. they would call it “target fluidity” and “result neutrality” 🙃

Father's Day Chicago 5K honors George Floyd, brings awareness to Black men's mental healthTwo local running clubs brought together about 50 people on Chicago's South Side to knock out a 5K on Father's Day. Now do one for blacks without fathers. The cop has a Father too. God Bless him. What an obscenity. What an insult to decent, honorable fathers everywhere. 😝

In all fairness, that could describe chunks of America right about now We should cheer them up by sending them hundreds of roses. November mid terms will verify A small silver lining Dementia can often be confused for depression in older people. hand me a tissue Brought on by a lack of a backbone. Depression isn't a choice unlike Democrats purposely deciding to do nothing, so I think they're in the clear there

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