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“29 Most Frequently Asked Questions on Depression on the Internet: What Everybody Ought to Know About Depression”

29 Most frequently asked questions on depression on the internet reveal the shortcomings of doctors and the medical industry. One woman shares her report. Her answers also reveal the scientific research of the medical journals. It appears that what the medical journals reveal and what the public know and are taught are two separate messages.

Abbotsford, BC, CA (PRWEB) March 23, 2007 – The questions on depression kept pouring in. Many of the questions began to reveal the shortcomings of many doctors and the medical industry when it comes to depression – what it is and how to cure it. Researcher and writer, Merri Ellen Giesbrecht, once suffered from depression herself and now spends a large chunk of her time and resources to helping others over the internet get through their own depression. She began to see a pattern in the questions she received on depression.

After closely studying the most frequently asked questions on depression, they began to reveal a large majority who were unhappy with antidepressants and the treatment they received from their doctors. Merri Ellen had her own unsuccessful experience with antidepressants and realized her former doctor lacked an understanding in naturally regulating serotonin levels in the brain to beat her depression. He simply was uneducated in curing depression. As a result, she went out and did her own research searching the medical journals.

Merri Ellen had suffered depression after experiencing a traumatic experience in her life which brought about job loss, emotional breakdown and shock and eventually thoughts of hopelessness and suicide. However, in less than three months, she experienced a complete turn around. Today, almost five years later, she’s not only beaten the depression but is offering hope and answers for depression sufferers in over 40 countries to date and to over 3,000 readers each month. She began sharing hope on the internet only a little over a year ago.

When Merri Ellen learned that the medical journals reported better results with a placebo than with antidepressants for depression sufferers, she began to recognize a contradiction in messages from the scientific research and to the public. She began to question and search into what exactly is proven to cure depression. As a result, it is now her mission to share the truth in an effort to impact her world and the families around her and beyond her country’s borders. She’s on a mission to share hope and joy to a hurting world.

Merri Ellen has put together the 29 Most Frequently Asked Questions on Depression in a free downloadable report on her website which new readers can access to assist them in getting many of their questions answered.

Here are some of the responses she’s received on the help she has provided (names are with-held to protect identity)…

“I just want to thank you. These tips have really changed my life in less than a month… If I think where I was a few weeks back, I can't believe I am out of that hole. God will bless you for this wonderful work you are doing. You have inspired me so. Thanks again.” – A.

“I have learned a lot from your information and will try to put these things in to practice, concerning listening to my emotions because I know I have suffered from damaged emotions! Also, I do believe that we have to put into our bodies the right nutrition for right brain function, also a right attitude of life.” –E.

“As a licensed clinical social worker and a woman with a life-time history of depression, I really commend you the work you have done on this site. I especially appreciate that you are promoting discussion on the positive benefits of a natural approach to treating depression.” -Robyn

“Your web site is absolutely fantastic! We will refer all of our clients to your web site.” –Anthony, a Wellness Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Read the report on the 29 Most Frequently Asked Questions on Depression

On her website, you will continually see her words: "There is hope! You are worth it!" Her own story attests to the importance of not giving up hope. She firmly believes in offering true hope to her readers in the form of scientifically backed research as well as inspirational words on her blog and in her newsletter.

For more info, visit Merri Ellen’s website. She can also be reached via her contact form on her website. She lives near Vancouver, BC, Canada with her family.

Merri Ellen Giesbrecht, Writer and Researcher on Curing Depression Safely and Naturally

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