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Overcoming Depression - a caregivers guide to rescuing the one you love

posted Mar 03, 2017 02:38:50 by KyleDChristensen
In my effort to help my patients (I'm a chiropractor/naturopath), I write articles from time to time. As I was working on an article on Overcoming Depression, I was pondering its content while in the temple and was told by the spirit "This can not be written for the person who struggles with depression". Hummm, who should I address this to? "The person who is struggling in the depths of depression does not have the where-with-all to pull themselves up, they need someone to rescue them. You need to address this article to the caregiver or rescuer."

I have attached both articles for those who may have an interest. The truest and deepest answers of course are found in the Savior. The majority of my readers are non-LDS so please excuse the absence of LDS scripture.

Overcoming Depression

A Caregivers Guide to Rescuing the one you love from Depression
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SusanMalone said Mar 03, 2017 02:48:22
@Kyle- bless you for trying to help those who are suffering. I enjoyed your article. I had the thought to share what I was listening to this morning. I have "How Not to Die" by Dr Michel Greger of NutritionFacts.org (as an audio book, which is why I was listening to it) He was talking about nutrition that helps or increases depression. You may find helpful information here if you are interested (free articles and brief video clips- all science or evidence based) http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/depression/
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ShelleMcDermott said Mar 03, 2017 04:50:37
Thank you Kyle. This needs to go in my binder.
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AliciaBlickfeldt said Mar 03, 2017 04:54:31
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Mary-Turton said Mar 03, 2017 09:54:25
Thanks, Kyle. I've struggled with depression most of my adult life. I like what the Spirit of the Lord told you. I look forward to reading your articles.
Moses 7:18

18 And the Lord called his people Zion, because they were of one heart and one mind, and dwelt in righteousness; and there was no poor among them.

mlturton@gmail.com
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HeatherHerrmann said Mar 05, 2017 08:05:07
Thank you Kyle. Those of us in our family inherited the depressive genes from both sides of the family so we all fight it and have done so all our lives. I will pass this info on thankfully.
Through the strength of the Lord I can do all things.

oahuheather@gmail.com
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