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I am a soul survivor.
You can’t take that away from me.
I have gone to the depths of desperation;
I was ready given up on air.
Saw hell and was welcomed there.
But, with one more ounce of strength,
I said to the devil, no thanks,
and I’m getting outta here!!
It has been a long hard struggle
climbing those stairs back up to a world of the living.
But, with each step I take
the light shines a little brighter.
Now it’s so much easier
to be a soul survivor
than to dwell in the devil’s lair!!
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Category Archives: DEPRESSION
LIVING WITH DEPRESSION
I’ve had 3 major bouts of depression. Each one started with a feeling like some sort of snap happened inside then I started to spiral down. It’s like an elastic band was wound up and it got to a point it was wound too tight and it snapped…. Continue reading
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ANNIHILATION: a Movie Review Nails the Reality of Depression
The following review caught my eye in my Firefox ‘recommended stories’. I would read all the reviews from people who went to see a movie just before I watch it. I never give much weight on movie critics as it … Continue reading
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I Had a Black Dog His Name Was DEPRESSION
In less than a month it will be 2014 and people still have trouble discussing depression. Yes, we now have actors coming out and talking publicly about their depression and mental illnesses, and there is many more advertisements about the … Continue reading
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Mental health ‘more worthy’ cause than war: soldier | CTV News
Just when our soldiers are coming home. When it has been the first real combat Canadian Soldiers have seen since what, correct me if I am wrong, but the Korean War? I am not minimizing the work our military does … Continue reading
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ANOTHER REASON TO EAT HEALTHY – DEPRESSION RISK
TRANS-FATS LINKED TO INCREASED DEPRESSION RISK Findings Have Major Implications for Americans Trans-fats have already been linked to cardiovascular disease, but now a study has linked the consumption of trans-unsaturated fatty acids or trans-fats to an increased risk for depression. … Continue reading
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PREVALENCE AND (LACK OF) CONTROL OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN THE U.S.
Still today in 2011 there is a stigma attached to Depression. It is because of this stigma, of being LABELED that still half the population who have been diagnosed or who have signs of depression will not or refuse to … Continue reading
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