Finding a method to relieve depression

Gwynne Curry writes about a number of experiences that can encourage depression:

I’m a lot like you… I was depressed for a LONG time and I didn’t like it.

As a matter of fact I’ve personally experienced 30+ years of chronic depression with at least two episodes of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD).

Here are some of the things I’ve encountered during my life’s journey:

* sexual abuse…
* abandonment issues…
* becoming a mother at age 17…
* 2 bankruptcies (one personal and one corporate)…
* loss of home that was a primary residence…
* diagnosed with rheumatoid and osteoarthritis at age 34…
* 2 divorces…
* abusive spouse who was an alcoholic…

Things got so bad, I almost couldn’t get out of bed, didn’t want to see anyone and wanted to pull the covers over my head and hide from the world.

Fast-forward to today and I now live a life FREE of depression, and have been depression free for more than 5 years, because… I had a burning desire to feel better.

My perseverance led me to the answers I had been searching for.  What I discovered helped me to put all the pieces of the puzzle together into a coherent structure.

In the beginning I learned techniques which I applied in my daily life that brought a feeling of relief, but would last only a short time.  Then I would feel discouraged and get depressed again.

But, I refused to give up.  I continued to try new and different techniques… I studied NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), took the Silva Method of Mind Development course, studied with Native American Indians, and even became a certified hypnotherapist.

These studies did not give me all the answers, but I learned something and gained benefits from each one.

From her article: Finding a method that works to relieve depression.

> Order her book You Can Heal Your Depression Now.

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Article publié pour la première fois le 11/02/2015

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