Depression Symptoms Decoded
People will stop bleeding eventually, but something lingers of that wound always and forever in the person.
So, injured people are stuck with the situation that causes thedepression.They cannot change the moment in time which precipitated the loss.
Instead, they must change their approach if they want to defeat depression. That's what my work teaches.
It will teach you to analyze your symptoms and formulate a successful plan of recovery. The application of my approach requires the individual reader to explore and identify their symptoms. It requires you to heal yourself. Continue reading →
My story in Depression Symptoms Decoded: I saw the black pickup round the curve in the distance. Its tires didn't squeal. The vehicle was traveling normally between the lines. It looked. well. it lookedsafe.<br/>
My old dog, Bandit, walked over and sat in the ditch and waited for the truck to pass us.
I got Bandit from the pound as a puppy and now he was ancient; a collie mix of some sort. He loved to walk with me. So it was just me and an old dog alone in the middle of nowhere Texas. Continue reading →
This book was written for the most difficult of depression sufferers - for the injured. Soldiers blasted to pieces in combat. Children crushed in bicycle accidents. People taking bone shattering falls. Victims mugged and shot. Diabetes taking a limb. Lupus taking everything.None of these things will ever "be okay". They won't just "work themselves out." And the injured are not just magically, "gonna be all right." Continue reading →
"I am now the most miserable man living. Whether I shall ever be better I cannot tell; I awfully forebode I shall not; To remain as I am is impossible; I must die or be better." - Abraham Lincoln lettertoJohn Stuart January 23, 1841
Has depression come to visit your heart and now it just won't leave?The surprising answer to banishing depression is found in the very symptoms you display. If you want to cure your depression you must first understand your symptoms.Continue reading →
"Depression Symptoms Decoded After Injury" is a skill builder to find happiness again even while boldly facing the reality of your depression. People demonstrate their deeply repressed personal needsintheir individualized symptoms of depression.
Yet, society (including doctors) carelessly lump every symptom of depression beneath the same dark umbrella.
The key to a healing path is found in understanding the symptoms that you utilize when you are sad. This book will teach you how to understand your own depression symptoms and therefore you will find a path for finding happiness."