Holidays and Depression: It’s OK Not To Be OK

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It’s OK Not To Be OK

I want all my followers to know that. I know this time of year can be really rough. I’m going through a burned out type depression. I just can’t deal anymore. I’m overwhelmed and I’m tired. All while going through Seroquel withdrawal. I want my followers to know you are not alone. I totally get how tough life is, especially around the holidays. If you aren’t holly jolly and looking forward to the new year, that’s OK. If you are trying to be joyful and setting goals for 2019, that’s OK too. Whatever works for you is OK. We are all different and deal differently. You’re OK just the way you are.

Hang in there. We’ve got this. Baby steps, my friends, baby steps!

3 Replies to “Holidays and Depression: It’s OK Not To Be OK”

  1. All that you wrote Katie is full of acceptance of change in your life and mine too. So much of life is learning to change those things we can and let God handle all the rest. May God always give you the strength you need to see all His blessings. You know he loves you as his child, And He promised never to abandon us. Wishing you the very best in 2019.

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