Clean Up in Aisle 6: When Depression Knocks You Down

5 thoughts on “Clean Up in Aisle 6: When Depression Knocks You Down”

  1. Hello, I have struggled with depression all my life, I would self medicate with drugs. The reality of depression is a life sentence. As a follower of Jesus, I struggle if He loves me.
    He has allowed me to show grace and mercy to people who suffer. Yet, l feel broken, He gave a wife, that is so amazing.
    She chooses to love me everyday, more grace. I hope, He keeps me to look to Him, I need Him, every second. Yet,I fail Him.
    Andy

    1. Hi Andy –
      You are so right. We all need Him every second. We all fall short which is why we need that overwhelming grace that Jesus gave. I want to tell you that it doesn’t have to be a life sentence. God loves you so much that He sent His son to die for you and I believe he will never leave your side no matter what you do or don’t do. I’m preaching to myself here too :)
      Thanks for reading

  2. Girl. So good. I know all too well this ex boyfriend; let’s keep kicking him in the butt ok? Such a huge step for you to pick yourself up out of month 6 and stand strong into month 7. Calling too many places home is no joke (neither are the amount of carbs and cravings for Coke), and it’s so so easy to let comparison and death creep into your pack. Keep fighting. Don’t give up.

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