Terezia Farkas. CNN. HuffPost. International Best-selling Author. Writes about dealing with depression. Award Winning Author Terezia Farkas Explains The Connection - on CNN
Studies show that young people are especially prone to a vicious cycle of depression and anger that can result in rage. This can have devastating, lifelong effects that can and does destroy lives, careers and families
[ Wilmington, NC DATE, 2014 ] Depression is debilitating and can have lasting effects. A recent study by the University of Alberta, published in The University Herald, found that depression and anger in youth can adversely affect marriages and careers later in life. We need but look at today's headlines to become aware of the seemingly inexplicable instances of unfocused rage and senseless violence that is inflicted upon innocent victims worldwide. Are depression and anger linked? In a recent Huffington post article, Terezia Farkas, award-winning author of "Heart Of Love Evolution" made a strong case for the fact that depression and anger go hand in hand. She knows, as she is one of those who suffered through both and came out the other side healed and whole.
“Anger is a big part of depression. I know because I’ve been through it. We see someone who is angry and moody and think, ‘Irrational. Emotional. What’s going on?” We don’t consider that the person might be depressed because all we are confronted by is anger.
Anger is a reaction to pain. It’s also a reaction to a hopeless or frustrating situation. Anger is insidious, cycling rage and defeat. You don’t believe you’re irrational. You believe that no one understands you. Your world becomes a plastic remnant of what it used to be, bouncing back all pain. It hurts you to look at people who have no idea or understanding of how you feel. You can’t remember when someone tried to help you or spoke kindly when you felt hurt or alone. You give up hope that anyone will or can help you.
How A Superhealing Approach Can Help Reverse Symptoms of Depression: International Bestselling author Elaine R. Ferguson
Terezia Farkas. International Bestselling Author. Columnist. Writes about dealing with depression.
One in 10 Americans is affected by depression. It occurs more often in women between 46 and 64 years of age, but is experienced in all age groups. It costs over $200 billion per year, and anti-depressants are usually not more effective than placebos. Today more than ever before a wide variety of complementary and alternative therapies have been found to be helpful in reversing the brain dysfunction that is the foundation of the symptoms. What is Super healing?
Super healing is a comprehensive, holistic approach to health and well-being to stimulate your innate ability to enhance and accelerate your body’s powerful natural health capacities through active participation in their expression.
That means involving your mind, your body and your spirit to restore the balance that is necessary to open the floodgates of healing that are not under your conscious control. This approach may require that you draw upon a broad range of clinically proven techniques, tools, and processes that speak to your needs and personal preferences. The super healing approach affirms that your essential nature is derived from your spirit, the foundation of all health and well-being.