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Body Memory Differs From Body Flashback You may find that a depressed person has aches and pains that can’t be pinned down to some current happening in life. For example, a depressed person may have back aches, stiff neck and […]

  What’s the difference between flower essence and essential oil? Flower essences and essential oils complement each other in the healing the human soul. But the way these two work is very different. Flower essences heal the aura fields around […]

Psychic protection is always important. When I first felt depressed, I was getting confused about the mixed messages I heard from the spirit world. A lot of times the messages of hope and healing were getting muddled with words of […]

    Mental health IS health. You can’t ignore your mental health, or pretend it’s not part of your physical presence on earth. Here are 10 ways to look after your mental health. Talk about your feelings. Don’t keep your […]

  Trying to explain why you attempted suicide is one of the hardest things you may do. You can’t really explain your actions, except that you were in so much pain. So you endure the new onslaught of negativity. You were selfish. […]

  Now that Christmas and New Year’s is over, many suicide survivors are breathing a sigh of relief. That’s because holidays are a time when the loss of a loved one to suicide is painfully put in your face. Everyone […]

Edward Bach was a medical doctor and one of the earliest homeopaths at the beginning of the twentieth century.  Disillusioned by modern medicine, he believed that a holistic approach was needed to treat illness. Illness, he suggested, was a message […]

  The truth about crying is simple. Really. It’s okay to cry. There’s no shame in it. No weakness. After Tom Zuba lost three family members, he decided to make the journey of grief easier. Ultimately, we don’t talk about […]

Please don’t judge me. It’s not that I want to die. I just want to be able to not lie awake all night, unable to sleep because the demons love the night-time. To not feel like I can’t breathe because […]

It’s been a bad day at Depression Hill. When you’re depressed, it doesn’t take a lot to make a day go bad. An unguarded glare, a nasty word, or even an uncaring shrug can be explosive. Is there anything you […]