The term "Good Friday" is an oxymoron. On the one hand, it's a sad day. Christ died a horrible death today. On the other hand, it's a good day. If Christ hadn't died there would be no hope. I feel it's a day for reflection. What has the death of Christ meant in my life? … Continue reading Christ died to self. What have you died to?
Does your mood just seem to tumble sometimes? For no reason? With bi-polar depression this is common but it also happens in a lesser degree to those suffering from depression not diagnosed as bi-polar. When our moods do tumble and while it seems there is no reason, that's not true. There is always a reason. … Continue reading There is always a reason our moods plummet.
What are you afraid of? If you've ever experienced depression, you know how it feels to fear it might be returning. I've never known anyone who've experienced one episode that doesn't fear experiencing another one. But we don't have to feel bad about it.........
Does everyone take the same time to become completely depression-free? The obvious answer is, "No". However, does it take longer than it should for some people? The answer is "Yes, it does". We are all different. As written earlier, there are people who do claim a miraculous recovery from depression. They are rare. But just … Continue reading What is your timetable to be depression-free?
It's hard to write about depression every day. I feel I have to be careful not to give it a life of its own by writing about it daily. It might make you feel that's who you are. And it isn't. Depression is an illness which you can overcome. It's not incurable. It's not permanent … Continue reading A “just for fun” post to brighten your day