Thursday, May 4, 2017

Regaining Peace...and the large difference between "depression" and Clinical Depression

How to help your sense of depression and fear fade away? I have been dealing with depressive, fearful and morbid thoughts lately, and knew I had to change my thinking, more breath awareness and get back into peaceful mindful actions to successfully get out of it...AND I AM back, THANKFULLY!

Theda Parks It's easy to get dragged down for many reasons. It takes spiritual discernment and some self-discipline to make a new habit for yourself. Ultimately, you will be a happier person. You've done the hard part in recognizing those things in yourself. Peace XOXO

Thanks Theda, from experience thankfully I know the large difference between depression and Clinical Depression. I was not suicidal and I had an appetite, so I knew I had to change my thinking and take small positive steps mindfully yesterday. And this got me to the VA, and there I knew working with these courageous disabled VETS would completely take me away from any negative self attitude. I had one of best interviews ever with a 85 y. o. in a wheel chair. His motto for years is "winners don't quit and quitters don't win." He has been highly honored for his mentoring work and is still mentoring as far as I am concerned. So I an going to add service to above advice about getting out of regular run of the mill feeling down on oneself as opposed to Clinical Depression, where one really needs professional help. Thanks again dear Theda,

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Theda Parks Ron Alexander I love that you spend time with these veterans. Even personal pain can be focused for very good things and helping others. Good stuff. XOXO

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