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I'm so tired.

I feel unwell.

I feel calm, but there's something else that I can't put my finger on.

I'm trying my best to hold everything together.

Now-a-days, it seems as if, being sad makes me physically sick.

It's not sickness like before, not sickness due to rape.

Although I don't deny that some emotions I have are probably a result of that.

I really don't like the word "rape", needless to say I guess.

N-Eways, I'm on medication, so that may have an influence.

Is there anyone else that has had similar experiences?

Do you know how to control such things?

I'm sure part of the problem is due to the medicine. Are there any techniques I can practice?

I can't believe that stress can make a person so ill, who would have thought?

Help please, I'm really feeling pretty badly.



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I once felt the same way you did too. Here is what I did to change it. This totally warded off the depression. I made sure I got at least 20 minutes of sun on my skin each day, I guess it produces vitamin E and other things. I also started walking for about 20 minutes too while I was getting the sun. The theory behind it is that it breaks up the sedantary fecal matter that is poisoning your bloodstream and making you feel depressed (constipation). But don't worry, as soon as you start you will begin to feel a benefit. I began taking a one a day vitamin, and most importantly, prayed to God for help and thanked God for the blessings of life and family.


A wonderful australian who truly loved and lived life just passed. We American's loved Steve Irwin because he respected, loved, and cared for God's creation. He had a love of life.


If you want to or need too, talk to a therapist or priest/pastor if none of these suggestions seem to help.

Take care and God bless,

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Oh my gosh! I just found out about Steve Irwin's death about 25 minutes ago!

I was really shocked to hear about it, I found out while watching the Animal Planet.

It's so sad, I certainly didn't expect him to die, despite all of the risky things he was doing.

Thanks for the advice.

I'm glad to hear that the remedy is slightly simple.

However getting started is always the hardest part.

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