Tag Archives: depression

Are green spaces healing spaces?

I relish the day when my friend calls and says “we need to go for a walk.”  Her call is “code” for “let’s go hiking, so we can get spiritually above all this stuff that’s going on right now.”  Even though we climb low hills and rarely log more than six miles, our conversation climbs […]

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Can Twentysomething Depression Be Healed?

I have a friend who was suicidal.  He once told me, “Unless you’ve been there you have no idea what it’s like to be in that dark place. I genuinely believed that the world would be better off without me.”  He no longer has those thoughts and is a much healthier and happier person. Suicide […]

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Is it Possible to Lift the Fog of Chronic Depression?

I have a friend who suffers from SAD, seasonal affective disorder. Long cloudy and rainy periods depress her so much that she feels she can no longer live in the Northwest. My friend is not alone. The Center for Disease Control estimates that 1 in 10 adults in the U.S. suffer from depression. Further, CDC […]

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