Depression - Invasion Of Mind SnatcherIn 44 years, adult male, I’ve had a lifetime of experiences, as has anyone my age. That makes me different from a person who suffers from depression is my little friend who has followed me my whole life . .
At the age of 43, that stupid little voice and cloud of darkness finally caught me. I totally lost everything, my business, children, marriage, house, money, health, and any sense of self worth. I spent my entire life from that voice and what he was cÃ³mo deshacerse de la depresiÃ³n to the extent that there are blocks of all my life I do not remember. I was so afraid of what might happen to me, I spent every waking moment of escape from my fears. For those on the outside, it has prompted me, but to me it just scared me.
Six months ago he got tired of running, and dark voice and caught me. My past collided with the present and the resulting mushroom cloud left me completely open and unprotected. It became fully clear to me that it was time to stop running and instead turn and fight at that time. Now I am on D-Day, more than six months and although there are many obstacles ahead of me, off the exterior and interior noise and moving step by step, the future has never looked brighter.
The only thing I’ve learned is that once a conscious decision to stand up for yourself, that little voice from the darkness and negativity is nothing but static noise. Depression can be improved. You may be alone with your thoughts but just remember your are not alone and there are a fraternity of people who have been pulling for you.