Bill has two degrees behind his name and he still got depressed.
Depressed Anonymous is a spiritual journey, which makes you go back into your past, find the rubbish there, and let it go. Without the Depressed Anonymous group or a group like it, I don’t think I could function in a world as I know it. I thank God for the people who have the courage to come to the group. They will grow and learn. There is no easy way out. You don’t change overnight. You have just got to keep working at it. I have been in the trenches with nowhere to go. I find this very common in humans. Change is very tough for us. We would rather bear so much pain before we are willing to change. This black hole is a terrible thing. I wish no one would ever feel it. It is a painful and nasty.
This is my short story. I was down and I was out. Really I couldn’t care at one time if I lived or died. Now I do. It really didn’t matter. I met a great woman and decided to get married. I couldn’t have done it without Depressed Anonymous. It’s a wonderful experience. I’m learning how to take care of myself. I met a lot of new friends at Depressed Anonymous. It takes time to change. You got to be willing to take time to change. It might not work for everyone. But without Depressed Anonymous, I wouldn’t be where I am today.”
For more of Bill’s story and other personal stories please go to the Personal Stories section in Depressed Anonymous, 3rd edition pages 110-152.
SOURCES: Copyright(c) Depressed Anonymous, 3rd edition, Depressed Anonymous Publications (2011) Louisville KY. pgs. 150-152.
Copyright(c) I’ll do it when I feel better. Depressed Anonymous Publications (2017) Louisville. KY.