Archive for the 'Depression' Category

Depression Treatment

Author: Suki
08 2nd, 2007

There’s nothing like being stuck. Honestly, it sucks. That’s what depression was like. I was literally stuck. I couldn’t stand it. No matter what my wife, my children, or even my mother did I was still stuck. I didn’t get out of bed, I didn’t wash, I didn’t even eat. Me, not eating. Something definitely was wrong. I knew that there had to be somewhere to turn, but I just didn’t know where to go. My wife and my mother went to work to find a place that could help me with my terrible bout with depression. They finally came up with a lead on a depression treatment facility and I was immediately with it. I at least had the wherewithal to know that I truly needed some help so I was definitely ready to try whatever they had for me. The first day that I arrived at depression treatment I knew that it was the place I needed to be. The folks at the treatment center knew exactly what to do and it was blatantly obvious that I was in good hands. They taught me how to understand my illness and gave me the strength to combat it whenever it reared its ugly head. I left with a better outlook on life and a better way to live it.



Depression Treatment

Author: Suki
07 10th, 2007

Depression is never not There. That’s the worst part of the disease: Depression is never not There, never not with you, never not looming over everything you Do or Are like a dark and inescapable cloud. Depression, for me, was There when I woke up in the morning and went to bed at night; it was There when I studied myself in the mirror and faced the world during the day. Depression was always There: always just There. And it wasn’t until I got depression treatment that things started to change.

If you’re here, reading this, you obviously know how awful a disease depression can be. Now, for your own sake, you’ve got to have the courage to do something about it. Depression treatment can only work if you want it to work, if you have the courage to seek depression treatment out, and the strength to see it through. For your own sake, don’t wait another day to make the right decision. In the fight against depression, inaction is a recipe for disaster.