Cure Depression – Can Holiday Shopping Help by DepressionHero


Cure Depression – Can Holiday Shopping Help by DepressionHero – Do you want to cure depression? Looking forward to holiday shopping and how good it makes you feel? If you are depressed, it may not be the best way to treat depression. My name is Omar and I was depressed for a long time before I discovered my own depression symptoms and got help to discover the causes of depression. It took a lot of hard work and determination, but I beat depression naturally without antidepressants. This video was shot on location at the Carlsbad Mall in San Diego. When we feel down, a lot of us go shopping to feel better. What we don’t realize is that shopping is just a temporary fix for our anxiety, loneliness, and hopelessness. It makes us feel good for a while about all of the nice new things we purchased, but later on the novelty wears off. The credit card bills arrive and reality hits us. Learn about how our addiction to shopping is part of childhood programming. I provide simple tips on depression help and how to deal with the negative thoughts that got you to shop in the first place. Apply my simple three part formula to find what causes depression and stop depression now. You too can become the hero of your life by following the same tips I used to overcome depression. Go to http to get more self help for depression videos and learn more about what I did to beat my depression and how you can get rid of depression. Let’s stay in touch: Facebook: Twitter:


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