One year ago today, I wasn’t the same person. I was an empty shell that barely even went through the motions. I wasn’t living. I was just there. One year ago today, I made a choice. I made a choice to live for the days I had missed and all the days that were to come. 365 days. 52 weeks. 12 months. 1 year. 1 year ago.
This life will bring you trials and tribulations. Maybe you've lost a loved one, maybe you're going through a break up, or maybe your depression is really getting the best of you. No matter the situation, God is here. He meets us where we are at, and His word gives us encouragement during times of grief and heartbreak.
Here is your official run down on what to do when you don’t know what to do when you’ve encountered a friend or loved one struggling with depression. These are pivotal moments in a person’s life so having the right support and the right approach can be monumental.
"She’s different because she loves more deeply, loves more fully, loves more honestly. She’s different because she is not incomplete, searching for a man to fill her. A girl who loves God is whole, is centered and is strengthened by her God."
Society seems to believe they know what depression is. They stigmatize it and make it impossible for others without depression to understand. Here are 5 common misconceptions about depression.