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  3. An excellent article my dear, and one that everyone needs to see more and more often these days. Education is the answer. And your Blog is another great way of getting the message out there. Thanks a lot for taking the time. As one who has his own battles to fight in these areas, I truly appreciate all that you are doing for me and mine. Thanks again.

    • Thank you so much.
      These are the hardest battles to fight.
      A lot of people don’t understand the darkness but that’s just because they don’t know enough about it.
      Depression can happen to anyone and is not something to be ashamed off.
      The more people who will understand that, the more people will be able to recover.
      Lots of love ❤

  4. Depression is the number 1 diagnosis I see in my practice. As an outsider I observe how crippling it is to it’s victims most especially when in combination with another co-morbid diagnosis or more commonly dual diagnosis. Your piece on depression is insightful and incredibly valuable to those on both sides of the diagnosis. Your writing is revealing in such a positive way. Well done.

    • Thank you so much!
      If you have any more tips about dealing with depression from a professional view, please share them with me if you want.
      Maybe you can write a guest blog sometime? It could help a lot of people knowing that there are professionals out there who will take this problem seriously.
      If you are interested, please send me an email: uppiecat@msn.com
      Lots of love

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  7. Reblogged this on johannisthinking and commented:
    This is a very good explanation concerning Depression–what it is, how to help…Patty has written expertly on the subject! Please direct your likes and comments to her blog: https://petitemagique.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/a-monster-called-depression/
    She is also the author of a published, wonderful, adult fantasy book: “Dragen Duma” and a poetry book, “My Wings” ( in English) that is available on Amazon. Her author’s anme is Patty van Delft, and she reigns from Holland.

  8. Good for you for shining light on this topic. Hit´s home pretty close so I´m glad to read this. Although for me it got to the point of “Get up and stay up” sort of seeps into your brain, quite amazing things you can do to train your brain without even the help of specialist. Although specialist obviously are crucial but didn´t work for me though. Nor the pills. Guess each person is different.

    • Thank you Charly!
      Professional help hasn’t done anything for me either, but I do think that it’s something people should consider when going to a dark period. It can be very helpful for some. No medication for me either, but you are right, every person is different and every depression is different too. Always have to figure out what’s best for you.
      Lots of love ❤

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