This might seem like a counter-intuitive way to combat depression but stay with me. Napoleon Hill once said, “Thoughts are things and powerful things at that.” Powerful and mighty is the human mind!
It can build as well as destroy. A year ago, while drowning in a sea of confusion and fear I wrote this sentence “Being at the end of my rope, I have nowhere else to turn… If it wasn’t for my son I would commit suicide to end the pain.” It was at that moment I found a story about Doctor Thurman Fleet from the 1930s, who was involved in the healing arts.
Dr. Fleet realized that he and others in his profession were falling far short of doing the job that needed to be done. He said that they were treating symptoms and not treating the cause of theRead more on everydaypower.com