“There is a great pain and anguish when you suffer in anxiety; a roller coaster of mood swings, all-pervasive fears, and deep shadowy heavy depression. Maybe that’s you, or you may recognize someone else who suffers this pain.
If you are in any way a progressive thinker, you’ve tried your utmost to make an improvement to ‘those days’. You are familiar with practices of mindfulness. You’ve tried recommended natural products. You’ve talked to lots of people – heck you talked to the professionals too! You might have even taken big-boy pharmaceuticals promised to make a huge difference to your mental well-being.
Little has changed over the years. Most likely ‘those days’ are still a common feature of your life and you just cope, not allowing yourself to consider the possibility of genuinely enjoying this day. The day seeps into your week, month, year, and the heart silently weeps, in spite of the smile on your face.
You wonder if this can EVER really change… if this mind of yours can ever become a true buddy on this journey of life, and not continue to trip you up, often when you least expect it.”