Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend David Bohm

David Joseph Bohm was on born on 20 December, 1917, in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and died on 27 October 1992, in London. David was an American-born quantum physicist who made significant contributions in the fields of theoretical physics, philosophy and neuropsychology, and to the Manhattan Project. Bohm also suffered great distress when forced by McCarthyism to leave his home country in the early ’50s on account of the Marxist views he held at that time. He found refuge in Brazil, but had a hard time far away from home without friends and colleagues, and was subject to bouts of depression.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Ludwig Van Beethoven

Ludwig Van Beethoven was as we know a great source of confidence for himself and for others, being able to create music and play music even after being completely deaf is by itself quite a miracle. Although it was clear to everyone that beethoven was but a man, he conquered his disability and led himself to being one of the greatest musicians of all time. If there was one thing that was affecting his struggle to succeed it was not only being deaf, but having to fight all the emotions that he felt inside when he had to turn around to look at the audience applause because he could not hear. Or more so the emotions that he felt inside when all that was good to his ears could no longer be heard, and would forever remain still in his mind, making all dynamic sense of touch from music removed from his daily life.

That may have led him to a certain depression, but the downfall of his feelings were present and actively falling way before the screeching in his ears. When he was younger his father had left him alone and responsible of his two younger brothers due to alcoholism and would be severe on penalties, loud in teachings when Beethoven wouldn’t understand. When Beethoven wanted to play music with mozart and he could feel it in his dreams, the time came to do so and mozart died a year before. Basically his dreams were constantly shattered in every way but he still stood, and what he gave to the world is not a reflection of what the world had given him, it’s the reflection of a man who crossed the sea in raging waters only to sing one of the most soothing songs before heading back. Great was this man who was deaf and depressed.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Diana Princess of Wales

Diana, Princess of Wales, Diana Frances, née Spencer; 1 July 1961 – 31 August 1997 was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales. In the late 1980s, the marriage of Diana and Charles fell apart, an event at first suppressed, then sensationalised, by the world media. Diana received a lump sum settlement of around £17,000,000 along with a legal order preventing her from discussing the details. Many struggles with depression led Diana to the eating disorder bulimia, which recurred throughout her adult life.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend John Denver

Denver’s career fell somewhere in the 80’s and he found himself without a wife. His songwritting and creative music before the 80’s were inspired mostly by the feelings of depression he already had throughout his life, and alcoholism had been strongly with him during the composition of most of his songs. He was using those emotions to write some of the best country songs there was at the time, many wish he was still among us and the music he contributed to the world will forever remain in the hearts of country music lovers.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Jim Carrey

A well known comedian actor appreciated by many. Jim Carrey has been in some very funny movies, most of them being funny because he is the leading actor. He has mentioned how he got into making all those entertaining faces that characterize him.

The main reason is that when he was younger his mother was very sick in bed and would take a lot of pills for her pain, Jim would do everything necessary to make his mother laugh. Even if it meant throwing himself down the stairs or doing the most ridiculous of faces. When he was younger he was many times depressed and mad with the world because poverty forced hard labor upon his family, he did eventually go through it and now loves life with a passion without drugs or alcohol.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Drew Carrey

The famous comedian Drew Carrey has tried to commit suicide twice by taking large doses of sleeping pills and has always been mad with the world. At the early age of 8 his beloved father died and left Drew completely alone, whenever Drew would not be with his friends he would rapidly become depressed and use food and alcohol to help him fight the disturbing feeling he had inside. He would not be able to appreciate anything from small to big and would frequently curse the world putting it to blame for all that had happened to him. Today Drew is constantly on the road to recovery by reading books and writing his comedy stand-up scripts.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Buzz Aldrin

Buzz was born on 20 January, 1930 the American astronaut had reached the moon and came back to Earth with global fame. Although Buzz did want to reach the moon through his love for space he did not want the fame that accompanied it. Eventually it all came crumbling down with simultaneous events including a divorce which ultimately caused Buzz to fall into depression and alcoholism.

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