Reading books containing strange assertions may cause depression.
Originally Posted by Borisoff
Recently I've read a book about our brain that stated that the brain "likes" to work for longer periods of time on one task (aka Project in terms of GTD) then to quickly switch from task to task. That quick switching leads to depression.
Did you mention that your next action became smaller with years of GTD? Did it ever cause any depression syndromes?
In my case reading books containing strange assertions may cause depression.