Even long term depression can be overcome and it’s the most rewarding work you’ll ever do! Depression is more than a Blue Day, sadness, or even a broken heart, although it happens because of such things and feels a lot like the blues. If you’ve ever had a real depression, you know what I mean.Continue reading “Let Go Of Depression And Welcome Joy Back Into Your Life”
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Remaining Positive When Facing a Chronic Illness
A diagnosis of chronic illness can bring with it feelings of denial, anger and grief. But, at some point, the emotions subside and you are faced with a harsh reality—you are no longer the person you once were. Chronic illness has robbed you from your sense of identity and purpose. Do you even stand aContinue reading “Remaining Positive When Facing a Chronic Illness”
MY LIFE CHANGING MOMENT…
This past month my body has been through quite the obstacles! A little over a month ago, I came down with what seemed to be the flu and a stomach virus. After having both for about week, the flu seemed to have gone away, but the stomach virus did not. After about two weeks ofContinue reading “MY LIFE CHANGING MOMENT…”
5 Steps On How To Comfort A Sad Person
In the world we are living in,People are bound to face trying times. There are times they will face: Job lose,separation from their love ones either by death or divorce. In some cases,one may lose his home, Boyfriend/Girlfriend/family member. When these things happen,one tends to lock Himself/Herself in a sad world but in need ofContinue reading “5 Steps On How To Comfort A Sad Person”
Are You Sabotaging Yourself With “Fat Talk”?
If you’re a woman, chances are good that at some point you’ve looked in a mirror and focused on your imperfections. But have you given much thought to just how your internal monologue: “I wish I had slimmer thighs”, “I wish my butt was smaller” or “I can’t believe how much I gained with myContinue reading “Are You Sabotaging Yourself With “Fat Talk”?”
Tips and Tools for Helping Yourself or a Friend
The teenage years can be tough, and it’s perfectly normal to feel sad or irritable every now and then. But if these feelings don’t go away or become so intense that you can’t handle them, you may be suffering from depression. The good news is that you don’t have to feel this way. Help isContinue reading “Tips and Tools for Helping Yourself or a Friend”
What should I do if I think my grandchild is suicidal?
QUESTION How should we handle concerns we have that our teenage grandson may be suicidal? Many teens are moody — we understand that — but he seems to have more “downs” than “ups,” and we think he could be seriously depressed. While spending the weekend at our house, he actually told us that his lifeContinue reading “What should I do if I think my grandchild is suicidal?”