Tag Archive | depression

Confusion, Shelter from the Storm, and Tough Times

December 4, 2016 – Confusion We all get confused at times. Sometimes our day is so busy that we get twisted around and get confused about what we need to do next. I’ve learned to try to plan my days, trying not to do too much in one day, but there are times when there […]

Depression, Insanity, and Fatigue

December 1, 2016 – Depression I walk into the kitchen. I stand there for a few moments, wondering why I came in there. I glance at the sewing area and think “I really need to work on that pile of mending”. Then I turn and look at my plant table and think “they probably need […]

Being Watchful, Fall and Depression

September 25, 2016 – Being Watchful 1 Peter 5:8 Be sober-minded; be watchful. Your adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour. I’ve lived a lot of places, large cities, mobile home parks, tourist areas, farms, and small rural towns. While each place has its own problems, the larger the […]

Invisible Scars

Originally posted on “Positive Mornings” 9/23/2011 Author: Lori Carter Have you ever watched to see how long it takes a cut, abrasion or injury to heal? Minor injuries usually heal in a matter of days, major ones can takes weeks, months and years depending on the severity. Invisible scars are the ones that you cannot […]