"When you need free depression help and you don't know where to turn..."

Free depression help? Is there such a thing?

"Thank you so much for all the articles I receive in my e-mails. They have helped me alot. I have suffered with depression several years, and right now I am not taking any medication at all."

"Your web site is absolutely fantastic! We will refer all of our clients to your web site. "

I remember when going through the worst of my depression, working was not an option so therapy was not only expensive but I didn’t have any money to pay for cheap therapy! Fortunately, my family chipped in. However, we don’t all have that benefit.

What should you do?

That’s why I provide for you free depression help. For example, the research I share for free has taken countless hours of my time. When you almost go to the grave and back, you want to help others beat it too!

I have made it my purpose to share with others the hope I have found after suffering through depression and coming out on top of it.

This depression help is for you but for it to work, you must apply it.

I offer you valuable information (over $100's in value) and encouragement and even direct you to free help through counseling, but it really isn’t free. You have to actually apply what you learn! You have to take the mountain climbing gear I give you and put it on and then climb that mountain. That costs you time and effort!

Be encouraged!

If you actually read the info on this site, think it, feel it and apply it, you can get there! I’ve been there and done that! I'm excited to share with you how I found healing. Take advantage of my free depression help e-course.

There is hope! You are worth it!

"Need someone to talk to now?"

Free Depression Help from 'The Samaritans Organization' - trained volunteers are available 24 hours a day to listen and provide emotional support. You can call a volunteer on the phone, or e-mail them. Confidential and non-judgmental.

Samaritans' values are based on these beliefs: * The importance of having the opportunity to explore difficult feelings * That being listened to, in confidence and accepted without prejudice, can alleviate despair and suicidal feelings Learn more about the Samaritans and how they can help with a listening ear.

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