Every human being knows what’s right for him or herself.
- We all know that when we or someone we love is sick, we want them well.
- We all know that when the car is broken, we need it fixed.
- We all know that when a relationship is damaged, it needs to be repaired or released.
Chances are, if you were drawn to the title of this blog, you know the definition of the word “anguish” all too well. You know it isn’t like “sadness” or “depression”; Anguish is nothing like “disappointment” or “sorrow” nor even, on its own, “grief.”
Anguish is when you are ripped open, body and soul, and metaphorically bleeding on the floor without the strength to even lift up your head.
Normally, I stay out of politics. But listening to and/or reading various news feeds from around the world (USA, Italy, UK and others) seem to imply that a lot of people worldwide are concerned that this man Donald Trump is going to cause serious global problems.
This concern brings to mind the life’s work of a man I respect. This “average guy” was a successful professional psychiatrist in the early days of that profession.
Depression is an epidemic in our modern world. Millions of people struggle with feelings of real sadness that don’t seem to go away. If you are experiencing depression, the following tips will help you to loosen the logjam in your brain so you can start enjoying life again.
Today I had a call with a potential business colleague. He works with someone I know, and I had an idea that could make us both some money. But when we got on the call, he launched into a diatribe about how “other people” had done him wrong; how much money he’d made on previous things he’d done; and how successful he expected his next venture to be, based on his “extensive experience” which I know wasn’t all that successful.