Recognizing the Signs of Pigpression

My husband (a medical student) has diagnosed me with early onset "pigpression". He told me that all the signs of depression due to a lame GuinnessPig were there, and if I wasn't careful, this could become a clinical case. He told me to continue drinking red wine. Apparently that's the only thing that can help cure it. Oh, and stop reading about dressage shows ... that should help too.

Common symptoms of pigpression are increased consumption of red wine, sad downcast eyes and  an unfortunate grimace. Please proceed with caution, as a person afflicted with pigpression may act irresponsibly, and insist on making plans she has no ability to follow through on. Lessons? Yeah! Cross Country Schooling? Yeah! My horse is lame? No, can't be ...