12 Natural Supplements I Take Every Day for Depression

will be looking into these supplements

Therese J. Borchard

naturalremediesformenopause.netI hereby confess that it takes me a half hour each week to fill up my mammoth-sized pill container with the supplements and vitamins I take each week to give my brain every lift I can. It’s expensive, it’s time-consuming, it’s a pain in my arse, but I would rather spend my time organizing fish oil capsules than in front of a therapist explaining why I can’t shut off the negative intrusive thoughts. I’m doing much better today than I was seven months ago, the afternoon I first met with a holistic doctor to determine which supplements could help my depression. I was hoping that they would be able to replace my meds. Not at this point. But adding them to my meds has helped stabilize my mood since the beginning of the year.

There are so many brands out there. It’s hard to know if you’re paying big bucks…

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When You Find Yourself Broken…

The Muslimah Mommy


When you find yourself broken into a million pieces, take it as an opportunity to build yourself up in a way that you will never break again…

So, there you are. Fractured. With pieces of you in a shattered mess. Go on, and cry. Cry it out until you cannot cry anymore. Now stop. Gather yourself. Put yourself together and build yourself up so high that you won’t break again. It’s okay to crack, but promise yourself you won’t break again. Assemble yourself in such a way that when others look at you they will be in awe – they will be INSPIRED- Sumaira Zaheer © The Muslimah Mommy (2014)
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Bipolar poem

Star burning bright blinding me from reality and genuine insight.

No sleeping – too much
to do; feel, learn, see & express.

Why don’t you have as much energy as me? Everyone
talks so slow I seem to make them stress.

Don’t they know that I’m brighter, brighter,
brighter still? Senses heightened – what a thrill! SUPERNOVA –

Then darkness like a
black hole…time stands still BUT my mind races against my will.

Isolation starts to take
its toll. What is happening?

Have I lost my desire, my passion to live and love? I used to
be on fire!?

NOW leave me alone. I won’t even answer the phone. Lay in bed for days.
When will this end? Who cares about eating or anything else – sleep is my only REAL
friend. I’d like to be a regular girl but so unpredictable is my mood.

Wait out of the corner of my eye through the curtains I can barely make out a thin line. Is it a lie OR is
the sun actually starting to shine? Once again I’m so glad its not the end – the fire is