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  1. I suffered from a depression before. I managed to get trough myself. I love reading about it to understand better why and how you can get it. Thank you for sharing. You should google the video I got a black dog called depression. Eye opener.

  2. My husband and I have both been struggling with depression lately, though mostly circumstantial. We are SO excited for our first child to enter the world, but there has been so much work pressure for my husband being in ministry, that I feel so acutely, plus family stress. Some days it feels like I just exist. It doesn’t help that pregnancy wipes out so much of my energy. It is not who we want to be. We feel so isolated some days, but part of that is our own fault. I feel like over the past several months I have slowly pushed away people. We like to think that a change in circumstances would change things for us, but regardless, we are doing a lot of prayer and soul-searching.

  3. I suffer with depression when my anxiety gets out of my control. Just last week I was in the doctor getting additional support and someone to talk with. It’s still often a taboo disease but one that affects so many people.

  4. Thank you for taking the time to comment 🙂 it is a subject that should not be a taboo subject as it does affect so many people. If you ever need to talk I will always listen 🙂

  5. It is not easy dealing with depression it is good to talk 🙂 if you ever want to talk I will always listen 🙂

  6. Thank you Melissa for taking the time to share your thoughts I will certainly check out the video thanks for the recommendation 🙂

  7. Hi there, I have been clinically depressed for maaaaaany years and when I get myself organized, I am proud of my achievements, but they change so quickly. I have suicidal ideation and it’s really hard to get out of it. My DH is such a wonderful precious man who really tries to help me out of it. He has come to the psychiatrist with me and he commented it is like diabetes. You want to have all the starchy foods and when you do you need more insulin. It never goes away. The treatment is always with you. At my last visit, I had a blood test done for a defective folic acid gene, and I have got it—-so now I am taking a stronger folic acid tablet (800mg). I mention this in the hope of getting a better absorption of the various meds and a better functioning system, perhaps someone else may also find it prudent to mention to their doctors. It is known as MTHFR……. ( says it all doesn’t it?) thank you for your blog how are you doing?

  8. Thank you for taking the time to comment it is much appreciated 🙂 I am glad that you have the support of your DH to help you through the difficult times. It is very interesting regarding your folic acid tablets, this is not something I have heard before so I will look this up, thank you 🙂

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