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Sunday, October 7, 2012


 Dear God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can't change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference.                                                             Depression is a Hidden Enemy, a RuthlessTormentor, and a Treacherous Killer. It tortures its victim relentlessly till rigor mortis. Knock this deadly demon down before it tightens its grip around your brains.
  Stretching exercises, Brisk Walking, and Reading motivational or religious literature help in killing as well as Pre-emptying Depression.
Theists are less prone to depression they gladly accept whatever God bestows upon them.
Talking about past pleasant moments and re-living them wards off depression. This is why wise persons share photographs of happy moments.
 Discard things which remind you of mishaps to make you gloomy.
Religiously repeating and practicing some age old proverbs will help you in killing the deadly demon in the womb,"
(1) For every ailment under the Sun, there is a remedy, or there is none. If there is one try to find it, if there is none, never mind it."
2. Never cry over spilt milk.
3. Don't cross your bridges before you reach them."
Jim Rohn said, “Learn How to Be Happy with What You Have While Pursuing All That You Want."
Start practicing wisdom given in the age old proverbs by repeating them religiously so that they are inculcated over your subconscious mind indelibly.
 If someone is suffering from depression, despite all precautions, he must share his feelings with nears and dears since an exposed enemy becomes less dangerous.
 Moreover, a strong cohesive group comes into existence to fight this deadly dragon. In acute & severe cases one must take medical help. Depression is 100% curable; we just need to expose it promptly.
 The victim of this dreaded demon needs lots of sympathy & understanding.
Now is the time to act, recall a joke that made you laugh; share it with your friends in a dramatic way and laugh together. Your this act will lighten yours as well as your friends' minds and hearts.

 A depressed person may also write to me about his problems on for a free nonmedical advice by words and suggestions sans any liability.

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