• sad depression quotes and sayings
  • Time spent in nature is the most cost-effective and powerful way to counteract the burnout and sort of depression that we feel when we sit in front of a computer all day.
  • I grew up in an era of pretty severe poverty. My parents weathered the Great Depression, and money was always a very big concern. I was weaned on a shortage mentality and placed in foster homes largely because there simply wasn’t enough money to take care of the most basic of needs.
  • Men and women whose early youth was shaped in the ordeal of the Great Depression showed the values formed in that crucible when tyranny threatened a world.
  • Obesity puts our children at risk of developing serious diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and depression. It keeps our children from performing their best at school.
  • To get rid of depression, I swim with dolphins.
  • I learned that I suffered from bipolar II disorder, a less serious variant of bipolar I, which was once known as manic depression. The information was naturally frightening; up to 1 in 5 people with bipolar disorder will commit suicide, and rates may even be higher for those suffering from bipolar II.
  • I did not throw out my education lightly, but what I was being taught was of no use in explaining what I saw around me. It was the Great Depression.
  • The deepest fear we have, ‘the fear beneath all fears,’ is the fear of not measuring up, the fear of judgment. It’s this fear that creates the stress and depression of everyday life.
  • Anger is energizing. The opposite of anger is depression, which is anger turned inward.
  • As a young girl, I saw commitment in my grandmother, who helped Grandpa homestead our farm on the Kansas prairie. Somehow they outlasted the Dust Bowl, the Depression, and the tornadoes that terrorize the Great Plains.
  • The only reason I’ve shared my story is to take that tiny baby step of breaking down the stigma attached to depression.
  • Until you’ve had depression I don’t think you’re qualified to talk about it.
  • We had a booming stock market in 1929 and then went into the world’s greatest depression. We have a booming stock market in 1999. Will the bubble somehow burst, and then we enter depression? Well, some things are not different.
  • We did a show called The Orphan Train, during the depression, when families didn’t have enough money to support their children, they’d put them on the train and hope someone would pick them up who had enough money to support their children.
  • We would go down to Riverside, California, which is very poor now, but that’s where my grandfather grew up. He grew up during the Depression in Riverside.
  • All three of my parents I also had a stepmother were teachers, and my dad taught high school, and as he always reminded me when I was going to spend some money on something, ‘Your mother and I, in the Depression, had to decide whether to spend a dime on a loaf of bread or if we could go to a movie with it.’
  • You don’t think in depression that you’ve put on a gray veil and are seeing the world through the haze of a bad mood. You think that the veil has been taken away, the veil of happiness, and that now you’re seeing truly.
  • Source: http://saddepressionquotes.com