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Dec 27, 201209:05 AMIt's All About Content

with Thomas Marks

The mystery that is Suzy Favor Hamilton

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I find comfort writing about things I know about – sports, advertising, politics, movies, and the occasional Broadway musical. I’m not comfortable writing about depression, although I am comfortable writing about people who think they have all the answers, when they usually don’t. Let’s tone down the chatter and tune up the understanding. In the end, we’re all looking for the same things – a life of contentment, a few lucky breaks along the way, and a little understanding when things go sideways.

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Dec 31, 2012 02:32 pm
 Posted by  Sean

I must have missed something. Is the story that Suzy was struggling with depression and that contributed to her being a call-girl? Well, I see. Interesting. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/21/olympian-escort-suzy-favor-hamilton_n_2346265.html

Jan 2, 2013 03:48 am
 Posted by  Tim

The unfolding events and Susie are quite sad and quite understandable if you truly understand what depression is all about. After all some people will go to the links of killing themselves Because of their depression. Only those who have had the unfortunate experience of depression can understand How one could ever come to such conclusions It is absolutely the most debilitating and consuming of events in one's life even if it is a mild level. When one is under a depressive state your mind works with such irrationality. The reaction of a good share of the general public and the
crassness also is not hard to understand. Not necessarily because we are an uncaring nation but because we are a nation was truly ignorant of effects of depression.

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Thomas Marks brings years of marketing experience to his blog "It's All About Content" as the President and Managing Partner of TMA+Peritus.  Prior to starting the agency in 1983, Tom was the VP of Marketing and Advertising for Bally Corporation in Chicago. He was also President of Bally's multi-million dollar in-house ad agency FFC Advertising.

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