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Tuesday, October 4, 2011
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 2011 Certain groups or individuals who have never been lucky for you previously might prove to be so in coming months, in more ways than one. Treat everyone with consideration, because you never know who will be doing you a favor. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- If you haven’t been getting the exercise you know you need, take a little time to do so. You don’t have to do anything exhausting; merely walking the dog could help a lot. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -Timing is always important, so you should pace yourself well when it comes to handling matters that depend upon the work of others. Only then can you bring all your forces into play. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- You’ll operate best when you’re able to just coast along, until you’re required to bring the full brunt of your imagination and ingenuity to bear. Timing can be everything. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- If you’re splitting responsibilities with your spouse, make sure you get finances on your side of the ledger. Your ideas on getting fiscal are likely to be much more resourceful and clever. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -There could be a mystique about you that will fascinate almost everyone you deal with. This appeal makes it easier to gain the acceptance of others. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -Although it was never your intention to make others feel indebted to you, someone you recently did a favor for wants to reciprocate your kindness. Be a gracious receiver. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -You’re full of bright ideas to begin with, but you might have far more than usual. Unless you jot them down the moment you conceive them, they’ll vanish into the ether. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- The only way you are likely to get anything done is to zero in on your objectives. If you don’t, your head could wander all over the place, causing you to easily get sidetracked. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Your ability to absorb and retain new knowledge is remarkable, especially if you’re passing it on to those who need it but don’t have the means to get it. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -For good reason, people trust you and feel that it’s safe to tell you things that they wouldn’t tell others. This should make you proud, and inspire you to live up to their estimation of you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Instead of seeing only the faults or weaknesses in the ideas of others, look for what is good and praiseworthy. You’ll be amazed at how fast you’ll gain others’ support when you do so. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- The secret of gaining a few strides on your rivals is to put their needs on par with your own requirements. When you look for solutions for others, you’ll find your own.
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By Bernice Bede Osol
Dear Annie: I am a for- acter flaws, but real illnessmer professional football es that can be successfully player. During my career as treated. Sincerely -- Greg a punter, I enjoyed stints on Montgomery Jr. the Oilers, Lions and Ravens Dear Greg: More than 20 and led the NFL in the yards- million American adults sufper-punt average three times. fer from depression or bipolar I was even selected to play in disorder, but many do not get the 1994 Pro Bowl. Despite the help they need because my success on the field, life of the stigma and misinforoff the field was more chal- mation associated with menlenging. For years, I suffered tal illness. The screenings at in silence with a debilitating HelpYourselfHelpOthers.org illness. Due to my extremely are completely confidential high expectations, and can be enorI was constantly mously helpful. consumed by an Thank you for let“unquiet mind” and ting us spread the the performance word. anxiety that came Dear Annie: with it. Prior to the I read the letter 1997 season, after from “Unhappily nine years in the Married to a Flirt,” NFL, I was diagwhose husband of nosed with bipolar 21 years has suddisorder denly developed Bipolar disorder, the habit of ogling or manic depres- Annie’s Mailbox attractive women. sion, is an illness in To make it worse, which people alternate between he then asks his wife to dye feeling very good (“highs” or her hair and get a tattoo. mania) and very bad (“lows” or My husband of almost depression). The mood swings 47 wonderful years used to can be quick and severe, rang- do the same thing. When ing from extreme energy to it first started happening, I deep despair. These variations began pointing out younger are different from ordinary and prettier women in short mood changes. Bipolar mood shorts, tight T-shirts and tight episodes disrupt normal life jeans. I’d say, “Honey, check activities. that one out.” Not long afterAs a man, and even more ward, he stopped. I took the so as a professional football fun out of it for him. player, I was taught to work This is what women should through the pain and tough do to have a long and happy it out. But after a decade of marriage like ours. -- Used ignoring my symptoms, the To Be Married to an Ogler, disease began to take its toll. but No More I was spiraling out of control, Dear Used To Be: This feeling supercharged one might work for some women, week and exhausted the next. and playing along could cerA year after my diagnosis, tainly alleviate a great deal I left the NFL. Now, nearly of annoyance. But we worry 15 years later, I’ve learned to that more than a few men respect my illness and take would take it as an invitation it seriously. I’ve found the for a threesome. strength to navigate through Annie’s Mailbox is written the disorder’s gauntlet and by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy learned that it’s not a death Sugar, longtime editors of the sentence, but actually a gift. Ann Landers column. But getting help is key. While my story has a happy ending, I know the majority of those living with bipolar disorder and depression are not getting the help they need. October 6, 2011, is National Depression Screening Day. On this date, thousands of community organizations, colleges and military installations will host screening events for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder. At these screenings, one can take an anonymous assessment and receive information about local resources. I encourage anyone who thinks they or someone they know might need help to go to www. HelpYourselfHelpOthers.org to find a screening event or take an online screening. It is imperative that people realize these mood disorders are not weaknesses or char-
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