Monthly Archives: January 2012
This article came from http://www.paleoworks.wordpress.com. There is much good information in this blog about diet and depression. I am presenting Paleo Works for your consideration. You make the evaluation. Take a look at the Minnesota Starvation experiment. Read the conclusions … Continue reading
This post continues on from the last blog – “It’s Never Too Late in the Afternoon to Make Changes – 1.” We continue on the conversation between Mitch Jasper and Dave Logan about Grandfather Alex. Let’s listen in.
This post continues on from the last blog – “Drawing a Line in the Sand.” We continue on with a conversation between Mitch Jasper and Dave Logan from my book TOO LATE IN THE AFTERNOON: One Man’s Triumph Over Depression. … Continue reading
Drawing a line in the sand was a key to stopping me from looking at my past and rehashing the awful things that had happened to me over and over and over again. And drawing a line in the sand … Continue reading
Although this passage from Isaiah 21 is not about depression, from my experience I immediately identify with it as such. Make sure to continue reading, for an antidote to this horror is found on the next page. 3 At this … Continue reading
I recently received this comment that took me to task for the content of Blog #46. “I just read Blog# 46. I have a problem here and there with Mr. Wootton. What does he mean by ‘true depression’ as the … Continue reading