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Paul Heroux is a state representative from Massachusetts on the Joint Committee Mental Health & Substance Abuse, and the Joint Committee on Children, Families & Persons with Disabilities.

Paul has a bachelor's in psychology and neuroscience from USC, and a master's in public administration from Harvard.

I told him if she can't handle him with dysthymia then he is better off without her.

Over and over again he said, why do I keep doing this?This is only a case study of one person and should not be considered a representative sample of what to expect.The point of this blog is to let people out there know that there are other people who need a little help through a medication.After a very heated text message exchange and followed by a phone call at 3-4 a.m. I said in a very gentle way that this pattern of "meeting a woman, things going well, and then his suspicions of her" keeps recurring in his relationships.The woman he was (and as of this writing still is) dating was very put off by his aggression, which was really masking his insecurity. The concern he has with the current woman are the exact same accusations he made about other women he has dated.

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