Tag Archive | depression

Pain

Pain The medical and research industry has made leaps and bounds in discovering and producing products that will reduce our physical pains. Pain is usually an indicator that something is wrong in our bodies and before we seek pain medications we should find out why we have that pain. Advancements in diagnosing physical and medical […]

Christmas

Christmas Three times I have tried to write an article for Christmas and three times I have deleted it because it centered around my depression, the loss of loved ones and the memories of Christmas’s that weren’t good. I had to slap myself on the hands, sit back, take a deep breath and do some […]

Fighting Back

Fighting Back I was diagnosed with chronic depression and PTSD years ago. While they tried every antidepressant they could, they never actually helped with the depression, they just numbed me. I walked around like a zombie, not feeling much of anything. I didn’t feel joy, love, hate, or any of those emotions. I guess the […]

It Feels Like Fall, People to Love, People Who Love Me, and No Pain

July 26, 2017 – It Feels Like Fall Our weather has been somewhat weird for several years. There are times I can walk out on the front porch and it seems more like fall than summer, then the next day it’s back up in the 90’s. I remember the first year I lived in Butler, […]

My Protectors, The Hill and Always There

July 19, 2017 – My Protectors I lived in larger cities for most of my life, but I held to the memories of the country places I lived when I was younger. Most of my memories are from two of the foster homes, the first one and the last. In the first foster home, I […]

Fear, Sorrow and Celebration, the Future

March 13, 2017 – Fear We all fear something. For some people it’s the fear of never amounting to what they want to be, for others it is the fear of losing a job, a home, friends or a loved one. For many the fear is that of death. I remember that my older sister […]

Solutions, “But” Exercises and The Past

February 23, 2017 – Solutions Over the years, ever since my late 40’s, early 50’s, I realized I had to take my health concerns seriously. It used to be that I would take whatever the doctors gave me until one year, when I was on 28 pills a day, a new doctor ran tests and […]