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Ever feel that black cloud over your head and feel like it will never go away? A depression that is so severe that you can't see the light at the end of the tunnel?


Please, if you ever feel that way, please feel free to contact me. I have been in that black place with no hope and I want you to know that if you need a friend who understands what you are going through, I will do anything I can to help.


I recently went through one of these "black clouds" and a very special friend helped me out of it. It takes one to know one, and it took someone who is in constant pain, who has memory lapses, who suffers from the same debilitating depression to help me.

If you ever need help, I am here for you, as are all of the members of the support groups that you belong to.

In the meantime, I thought this helpful in seeing the light at the end of the tunnel:

When it hits, REMEMBER RIGHT NOW:

somebody is very proud of you
somebody is thinking of you.
somebody is caring about you.
somebody misses you.
somebody wants to talk to you.
somebody wants to be with you.
somebody hopes you are not in trouble.
somebody is thankful for the support you have provided.
somebody wants to hold your hand.
somebody hopes everything turns out all right.
somebody wants you to be happy.
somebody want you to find him or her.
somebody wants to give you a gift.
somebody wants to hug you.
somebody thinks you ARE a gift.
somebody admires your strength.
somebody wants to protect you.
somebody can't wait to see you.
somebody loves you for who you are.
somebody treasures your spirit.
somebody is glad that you are their friend.
somebody wants to get to know you better.
somebody wants to be near you.
somebody wants you to know they are there for you.
somebody would do anything for you.
somebody wants to share their dreams with you.
somebody is alive because of you.
somebody needs your support.
somebody will cry when they read this.
somebody needs you to have faith in them.
somebody trusts you.
somebody hears a song that reminds them of you.


Blessings,
Liz