to our Team! You have a number of stressors (job change, new baby, older toddler learning new things all the time, health?, relationship with hubby?)
All of these things 'eat up' the neurotransmitters (chemicals) in the brain.
This time of year with less sunshine...the after Holiday droop...All of that contributes to depression.
The trick is knowing when you have crossed the line from 'normal' stress to 'need a doctor's intervention and medication' Depression. Prayers for you Heather.
Joyce, a Daughter of the King, that is, a Princess!
leader Christian Women with Depression
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