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Depression is quiet… | September 22, 2017

You would be surprised how many people in your life could be going through depression at this very moment.

People hide it like a paper bag over their heads out of fear of being judged, made fun of, seen as weak, or just not taken seriously.

Depression should not be taken lightly, it holds us down from our purpose and potential in life.

Those who tell you that it doesn’t exist have never experienced depression in their life, therefore not understanding the symptoms and how it’s something that cannot be fixed in a day!

So if you think you are depressed or if you think you know someone else who is, please talk to a friend, a family member, or anyone else in your life that you trust – never overlook the possibility of seeing a doctor for more professional help!

Your feelings are real, your feelings are shared with millions.

Don’t hide it, talk to someone about it.  With the right help, you can rediscover your confidence and begin life anew with our undying love and support!

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Resource: http://blogzuola.blogspot.ca/2014/10/depression.html?m=1


7 Comments »

  1. I know 1000% that God never leaves you. When a neurologist or any other doctor treats you, they only remember you in that time you are face to face with them in that expensive time you are having with them. The doctors are very aware of those costly minutes they charge you, and never care if what they do helps you. That’s why a 2nd or 100th visit is always scheduled for a later date, BUT take your drugs between all office visits. Tell me what drugs God suggests we take ? Jesus said I will never leave you or forsake you. Do doctors live & treat us by those words ?

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    Comment by C D — September 22, 2017 @ 3:32 PM

  2. Sir Bobby Charlton made his Manchester Agreed debut 60 years ago today (Thursday), when he scored twice in a 4-2 quelling during Charlton Athletic at Old Trafford.
    Charlton joined United in 1953 as an England Schoolboys prodigy with a bulky name and was yearning to command his mark in Matt Busby’s free-flowing team. With Tommy Taylor away with England on international duty on a quarry against Northern Ireland, his bulky probability arrived, five days stunted of his 19th birthday.
    The conspicuous footballing Knight spoke to MUTV some time ago about his curtsy in great appoint as he offered his recollections of the start of an inconceivable odyssey.
    “It was the longest point I’d ever been off the heave injured,” recalled Sir Bobby. “There was a gamin called Keith Marsden who played centre-back on account of Manchester City Reserves and we both swat the ball at the yet unceasingly a once and my ankle swelled up. Three weeks later, Sir Matt Busby asked me how I was.
    Manchester

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    Comment by Thomaskef — September 24, 2017 @ 2:09 AM

  3. It’s so important that more people understand that depression is real and different from being sad occasionally. I wrote a post about this a while back on http://www.luthienthegreen.wordpress.com take a look if you have time 😄

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    Comment by luthienthegreen — October 4, 2017 @ 2:50 AM


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