The Dark Side of Creativity


In preparation for our discussions next month on Creativity and Depression, here’s a CNN article by William Lee Adams on the possible links between creativity and mental health.

1 Response to “The Dark Side of Creativity”

  1. 1 Lonnie Trent January 25, 2014 at 5:38 am

    The article is very interesting and I have no doubt their findings are correct, but I wonder if creative people who are often thought to be disconnected from reality are actually more in touch with reality.

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