Introverts, Depression, and Awareness

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I am an Introvert, I have clinical depression that is mainly controlled, and frankly, the lockdown has been mostly great for me. I can work from home, whether writing articles, writing fiction, writing software for someone else, or writing software for myself. In all these cases, I can interact with people most of the time via text, email, and brief phone or video calls. The critical point is short. While I haven’t been…




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Tom Chizek

Tom Chizek

Software Engineer by day, Novelist by night

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