I am busy making the final touches on my new book. I have a number of setbacks because of an ongoing health issue plus major damage to our yard and the consequent follow up with various professional services. But I'm back on track and determined to get it done. Today's post is all about words. The section in the book has a great deal to say about the words we speak to ourselves and to others when depressed. Words matter. They matter a lot.
Defeating depression means staying on the course.
Sometimes we need a day to ourselves. It's a day we concentrate on our own well-being, especially if we're dealing with a health issue. Yesterday was such a day for me.......Read more here.
What is the “next thing” in your quest for wholeness?
Any action that takes our mind off our depression is a good thing, especially on a bad day. But exactly what?
How to win the battle of depression when you have a setback.
Getting healthy and surviving depression is just plain hard work. There will be times we feel we've taken a step backward. We forget all the steps we've taken forward. One step back isn't a reason to panic if we've already taken ten steps forward. Read on.....
Here’s one surefire way to make your depression worse.
Have you ever heard of "meta-emotions"? It's a real thing. It's what happens when we add another dimension, another level, to our original condition. For example, fear of being afraid. You need to read this if you suffer from any mood disorder.