Very good talk, thank you. Jane M. gets a little carried away with her inferences sometimes, but I think she means well, and I like her talks. The thing I liked the most about this one was the reminder of the 5 regrets of the dying, and the parallels between that list and the positive response to trauma. I've heard that list several times lately, and it sounds right to me -- "worked too hard" and "Not true to my real self" being the two that really stand out for me. I also find the parallel interesting and true -- I know that when I've come through a difficult experience, I reorient toward what's most important. I also enjoyed her story about her concussion and how she got over it.
Oh, and the clinical trial that showed 30 min of online gaming was as effective as antidepressants ... that was surprising, I had never heard that before. When I play online, I usually get crushed (damn kids and their lightning reflexes), so I don't find it particularly enjoyable. Maybe she's talking about more social games, not ones where you try to kill each other...