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Sleep: Felt Dying without the Commitment

Happiness is fleeting. It disappears just after being felt.

Sadness is like a contagious illness no one wants to hear or come near.

Emotions create a helix of complicated patterns  in your personality. 248 more words

Tiny Bits Of Life

33 Valuable Resources on Depression You Need to Know

The clinical symptoms of depression are an unceremonious obstruction to the pleasures of God. For example, a common sign of depression is lack of concentration, hence Christians with depression often fail to stay their mind on… 846 more words

Christian Living

Vitamin D and Insomnia

From January to May, I get many calls from people struggling with sleep. AVE and CES, for the most part, have been found to be fairly effective for improving sleep. 522 more words

Health Information & Services

Do you really NEED medication for depression?

When I share with people that I suffer from depression and take anti-depressants, I’m often asked something like,

“No offense, but how do you know you actually NEED medication?” … 612 more words


Is depression a real illness?

I am not a doctor or a licensed counselor. I am just a simple girl who’s suffered from depression most of my life. I write about my experiences here in hopes to encourage and strengthen you through our joyous journey through depression. 355 more words

PHQ-9 24th February 2015

I hate to say this because I’ve been in recovery for a while now, but I’m currently at 15. I think I’m relapsing.

Update: I’ve just looked over all my previous scores and 1 year ago I was at 21. 95 more words


testing, testing, depression please

It’s not like I need to test for depression; I know I’m way, way down, deeply depressed and anhedonic. I just wanted to see what that looked like. 64 more words