Depression : Changing for the Better.

That is precisely what has been happening to me for most of my life. I wish (there it goes again!) I had found these blogs a long time ago. Of course, at the time the blogging did not exist but some help would have been nice.

Dr Nicholas Jenner

This is the first in a series of posts about change. Everbody talks about big changes, quantum leaps into a new way of living and seeing the world, shedding the shackles of the past and making the future brighter. Good as this is (and important), it is often the small daily changes we can make that have as much of an effect. My experience is that “sweating the small stuff” and daily stressors can lead to depression just as quickly as major events.

If you are like me, you will think about change many times during the day. I wish, I wish I hadn’t, I wish it wasn’t, I wish it could, etc, etc. How often do we wish things could be different, the we were different when things go wrong? Often these wishes remain just that, remote dreams of changing the way we do things. We often try hard…

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