Post-holiday depression, part II (hope to keep you going)

6 years ago
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To recap my first article about post-holiday depression: It doesn’t matter if we’re single or married, going through a rough patch or living an uneventful life, we’re all vulnerable to the after Christmas blues that seep into our souls like a cold rain on a chill winter’s day. These blues can be a reminder that even the best earth has to offer will leave us wanting more. That even the most wonderful experiences are only a foretaste of what God has in store for His children.

But in the meantime, what are we to do when failure, monotony, boredom, pain, uncertainty, grief, despair, or depression color our days?

In the words of famed statesman Winston Churchill, “Never, never, never give up.”

Why? Why should we keep going on? . . . Follow this link to continue reading.

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