We all hit valleys once in a while. The worst part about being in a valley is if you have to deal with it on your own.
Like I said … the worst.
Check out Brandon J. Adams’ latest post on 5 Encouragements for the Long Road to Finding “Your People”.
Whatever stage of life you’re in, know that “your people ” are out there, ready to be found.
Thanks again, Brandon. Your insight really hits the mark.
Holidays. They’re supposed to be a time of celebration and gaiety. But if you’re in the clutches of depression, Christmas may serve you a platter full of darkness instead of the traditional turkey or ham.
If your life has been touched by the ramifications of a medical trial, depression can be magnified. I struggled with all kinds of depression the first year after I had brain surgery. You could be dealing with a different type of illness. Maybe a stroke has left you needing to learn how to walk again. Or maybe you’ve lost someone—a spouse, friend or even child—due to a medical catastrophe.