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    what gets me thru my depression is my children without them I'd b dead. I live for them

    Champagne831
    October 19, 2014
    6:35 AM
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    Hi I'm Kelly, I am 50 yrs old this year. Im not new to depression or bipolar disorder. I read the wall and I want you all to know we (I) understand about the darkness,you are not alone. Please add me as a friend if you like. I'll try to check in everyday. Hope everyone today will see, hear, read, or experience something beautiful! Its all around.

    Kellyrae64
    October 7, 2014
    9:13 AM
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    How beautiful

    Kellyrae64
    October 7, 2014
    9:10 AM
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    magine if all the tumult of the body were to quiet down, along with all our busy thoughts about earth, sea, and air; if the very world should stop, and the mind cease thinking about itself, go beyond itself, and be quite still; if all the fantasies that appear in dreams and imagination should cease, and there be no speech, no sign: Imagine if all things that are perishable grew still - for if we listen they are saying, "We did not make ourselves; he made us who abides forever" - imagine, then, that they should say this and fall silent, listening to the very voice of him who made them and not to that of his creation; so that we should hear not his word through the tongues of men, nor the voice of angels, nor the clouds' thunder, nor any symbol, but the very Self which in these things we love, and go beyond ourselves to attain a flash of that eternal wisdom that abides above all things: And imagine if that moment were to go on and on, leaving behind all other sights and sounds but this one vision that ravishes and absorbs and fixes the beholder in joy; so that the rest of eternal life were like that moment of illumination that leaves us breathless: Would this not be what is bidden in scripture, Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord?

    Arata
    November 8, 2013
    11:45 PM
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    Hello everyone. I have been off-line & off-life for a while, but in the past year, I've worked myself back into life. My anxiety and depression levels are so much better. Mostly, because I was living in a rundown boarding house in a rundown room with another person. Stuck in a dark, joyless life where everyday was the same. My answer was to self-medicate until I would nod out for the day. And this was my life. Now, I'm back home, with my mom & son and life is so much brighter. I work on the garden and it brings me joy. Joy is something I never thought I'd feel again. I still have a way to go though. My depression still is there and I am working through it. Hopefully, u all will be a help. I'm not alone! Thanks for listening :-)

    Jezzy1266
    June 15, 2013
    1:04 PM
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    hi I'm new here and I don't know how to fill out my profile

    preciouskit
    October 30, 2012
    11:06 PM
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    Hello...I've been dealing with anxiety disorder and depression for the last 14 years. After trial and error of many kinds of treatment I finally found doctors I developed a good working relationship with 4 years ago. Medicines, therapy and focussing on developing techniques to identify and manage my symptoms have been helping me perform more of my daily duties now. I'm here to learn from others facing the same issues and their experiences and also, be of help to anyone and share techniques that help me.

    Janeelizabeth
    October 21, 2012
    10:58 PM
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    Interesting when Dan says "If you live with someone whose depression is not adequately treated, keep pointing the way toward help." Well after 42 years...yes forty-two years of being married to a man who refuses to even acknowledge that he might battle a depression which is quite possibly Dysthymia. As a Christian wife committed to my marital vows, I have endured marriage to a man who chief complaint has always been, "I'm not happy". Now after a life time of trying to make this marriage work and for the second time in three years, he has left. Just like before he waited until I was not home, left a note and just moved out without any warning, knowing how devastated I was the last time and despite his promise that he would never just leave a note but that he would talk to me first if ever again he felt the need to leave...and if you think there is more to this story I can assure you that there isn't. We had not been fighting or arguing, etc, quite the opposite actually. He had become quite sullen, quiet and avoided even mundane conversation. Asking him what was wrong or suggesting that he see his doctor agitated him to the nth degree, so I quit trying. I now realize that I cannot make him happy no matter how hard I try because true happiness has to come from within. I have spent my entire adult life married to a man who is just not happy. For me, the subsequent rejection has been awful. We have married kids and grand kids who are all being affected by this and just like before my husband says that he doesn't want us to get back together. I am quite devastated by all of this and at a loss. Even though I have not stopped loving my husband, I am not sure that I am willing to go through this again...This is definitely not how I envisioned my "golden years".

    Bamboozled
    August 30, 2012
    6:00 PM
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    How do I post to this group's forum. Perhaps this is the way, so I will see

    Morning_star89
    February 28, 2012
    7:56 PM
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    Hi people C: greetings from Colombia, i'm not really good on english but i do I can hehe, so I hope we can talk or something C: I was lost, but I discovered that jesus give me a second chance and I want to find more the good way

    DylanRodriguezG
    December 17, 2011
    12:47 AM
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