Tag Archives: depression

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Walking in my Shoes

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Each shadow in the August sun is a reminder that all is not right in my world, constantly encouraged to be grateful and happy for the grass that is green the sky that is blue and the fact that I can walk freely through the streets I know without fear. Yet the world that flutters […]

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Depression

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      When it knocks you may not even notice, the dark cloud can sneak through the door and into your life and before you know it everything feels not right.  So how can you tell the difference between feeling down and depression taking hold? The classic signs are not eating, or not controlling […]

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Taking SAD On

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      Can SAD (seasonal affective disorder) be controlled, well in theory yes, if you know you suffer from it.  As the nights draw in and the days feel shorter, stress levels rise, pressure within family environments can rise and so can levels of depression. Recognising that you are a SAD sufferer is incredibly […]

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Eating Yourself Happy

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      Food – the power of comfort Food – the power of distress Food – the power of dictation The three statements above will mean something to the majority of people, male or female, young or old.  We need to eat to live, but some eat to live, at what point does a […]

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Grief

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    Grief, one of the hardest things to deal with, living life alongside your grief is even harder. Why does the sun shine, how can life continue without the loved one that you have lost. How should I feel? How do I feel? I know for those of you that have lost someone close you […]

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