Five Ways to Beat Depression and Have Victory


Depression is one of the most debilitating diseases of the century. But it can be treated. Here are five ways to beat depression. Try to incorporate them into your daily life.

1. Refuse to feel sorry for yourself. This is a lose-lose situation. Everyone has had trials and tribulations. Soaking in self-pity keeps you . . . → Read More: Five Ways to Beat Depression and Have Victory

An Alternative Treatment For Mental Illness: Orthomolecular Psychiatry


Mental Illness:

Mental illness has been in the forefront of the news lately. Twenty six innocent people lost their lives to someone with a mental illness. There are traditional approaches to mental illness such as anti-depressant and anti-psychotic drugs. Mental illness can also be addressed using alternative modalities. One such approach to mental illness . . . → Read More: An Alternative Treatment For Mental Illness:

Preventing Panic Attacks

Panic attacks

Panic attacks are so bothersome! Who needs panic attacks? Who wants panic attacks? Who would like to get rid of panic attacks? The answer to question one is no one. The answer to question two is no one. The answer to question three is everyone!


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Something new For Depression: T3 hormone


Depression affects over nineteen million Americans in any given year. Women suffer from depression four times more than men. Is this because women are affected differently by hormone imbalance. Or is depression reported more often by women because women are more likely to go to a doctor? Whatever the case may be, depression . . . → Read More: Something new For Depression:T3 hormone

The Bumpy Plane Ride: A Story Of Dealing With Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety Disorder

The year was 1999. I was returning from Breckenridge, Colorado from a week long music seminar. The weather was stormy and so was the plane ride. I’ve logged over twenty thousand travel miles and this ride was by far the bumpiest trip I’ve ever had. As the plane was sbeing tossed head over . . . → Read More: The Bumpy Plane Ride: Dealing With Anxiety Disorder

setting boundaries

Experiencing Harmony

A few years ago I had a very good friend who loved to call me on the phone many times each week. She loves to talk and failed to hear me when I would say “I have to go now. I’kll call you later.” Countless phone calls became endless conversations at my expense. . . . → Read More: Setting Boundaries: Experiencing Harmony