Monthly Archives: March 2014

Depression Advice

The best way to recover from sorrow, depression, and anger is to simply de-clutter your life. Remove anxieties, re-define your life, and re-build your confidence by removing the offence that take away your ability to recover. Loss of a loved … Continue reading

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Grief and Suicidal Thoughts

Feelings of sadness, thoughts of suicide, or depressed moments can be overwhelming if not nipped in the bud. But as in all situations, thinking through desperate decisions is best when unsure of how to proceed. Or, perhaps, assessing catastrophic emotions … Continue reading

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Grief, Sorrow, and Trust

“But it is good for me to draw near to God: I have put my trust in the Lord God, that I may declare all thy works” (Psalms 73:28) It’s hard letting go of a loved one—be it to the military, a … Continue reading

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