Kate Swaffer: Creating life with words: Inspiration, love and truth
Still a coach. Still a daddy. Just not Coach Daddy anymore.
for the love of stitching, sunshine, gardens, and contentment
Bringing mundanity to new levels
Australian homeschooling dad
My life's aspirations, inspirations and a little bit about running :)
Winifred M. Reilly, M.A., MFT
surrender to yourself
Connecting Ministry and Mission
journaling to see some answers
Tales from a stressed landlord
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General ramblings of little importance.
A realistic approach to an optimistic life
"And now that you don't have to be perfect, you can be good." - John Steinbeck
Spreading Hope...a hat at a time.
7 thoughts on “When life becomes too hard”
Such an important post to share as there are so many suffering with depression that will read your post and know they are not alone. It is important for people to realize that depression is clinical- it is not just being in a “bad mood” that can be lifted with suggestions and solutions.
Thanks for your insightful comment. 🙂
You always write things worth reading! I feel the same with writing–it is a way to release thoughts, and maybe actually see solutions. The only thing negative I have created with my writing is anxiety.
Oh April, I am sorry to hear that. Have you tried writing about anxiety 😉 😀
All jokes aside, you are doing so well right now.
It’s an up and down thing. Some days I’m fine, some days I have created a mountain of anxiety. I am learning to meditate–that’s a good thing. 🙂
You’re still doing really well.
Meditation is good. I miss it when I don’t do it. 😉