For the misunderstood and not understood..


Hello there,

A series of unfortunate events has led to the birth of this blog. Just like many of you out there, I’ve battled with Depression for over 10 years now. Along with ADHD, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Scoliosis that leaves me in constant pain and discomfort that has developed into muscle and nerve issues the older I grow. I also suffer from Cystitis Inflammation which causes excessive urinary frequency and also bladder pains.

In the year 2014, a prank gone wrong resulted in PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) due to the physical pains that further complicated into a debilitating illness (Vestibular Migraine and Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness) which leaves me feeling dizzy all the time with daily vertigo. It cost me my job, people who I thought were my true friends and health.

I never knew what God could do, until now.

As I sit here, I am grateful for being able to be on the computer to share my life in faith with you. Feel free to drop questions and share your life too.

Tweet me at: @Godvsdepression


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  1. Hello, I stumbled upon your blog. I just wanted to say that I too have had depression. I’ve contemplated and let the negativity in my life build up to the point that I thought life was worthless despite everything that was going good for me. I found out that they are from satan. Four days ago I received the holy spirit gift of tongue and honestly I have never felt so alive and loved until he came. God bless you my friend and I will pray for you, your strength that comes from God is wonderful. Keep on fighting. -love Sarah

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  13. You are strong & beautiful. Just be you. God can find you wherever and whenever you want him to, and healing is just as simple and gentle. Listen to your inner peaceful voice until it’s loud enough to let God’s love flow- that’s where the truth lies. I’m glad that you found the ministry that got you headed that way, but sometimes we perceive being left by people because we lost sight of that connection. Besides other people can’t find that connection for you, only you can. Do whatever it takes to keep the feeling of that divine connection/ grace alive in your awareness (if you are in active pain that might take some serious self-distraction at first). Love be with you & I will send prayers & healing energy to you. Blessed be.

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  26. I stumbled on your blog after reading a comment that you made on Beauty Beyond Bones. As I understand it, you’ve been suffering from dizziness and severe migraines with no apparent cause. Is that right? This may sound like an odd question, but have you ever had an MRI? I’m asking because I also have a chronic illness/condition, called Chiari Malformation, that tends to mimic other conditions and can have symptoms similar to yours. It’s a somewhat rare condition that can be difficult to diagnose, and the only way to tell if someone has it is to have an MRI. It might be just coincidence that your symptoms sound similar, but if you haven’t checked that, it might be worth checking. Since I was diagnosed, I’ve met many other people with the same condition who went undiagnosed for even longer than I did.

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    • Hello love, yes I’ve had a brain MRI done and seen a handful of neurologists already, but I checked out the condition symptoms and it does seem that I have almost all of it including scoliosis. I am actually seeing another neurologist at the end of this month (which I’m going to without any hope) and I will definitely bring Chiari Malformation up. I appreciate you taking the time to type and suggest this. :) Will definitely have it checked. Hug. xo

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      • It’s worth checking out. The condition is somewhat rare and often misunderstood. It should have shown up under an MRI, but there’s something else you should know, too. Sometimes, people will say that someone doesn’t have Chiari because there are different levels of herniation, and some people seem to have it only slightly, so they’ll say that it isn’t significant enough to be causing their symptoms, but the amount isn’t the problem: it’s how much of the spinal fluid is blocked, and that can be difficult to measure. They would need to do a cine MRI to see that. Everyone’s body is a little different and some people who seem to look worse in an MRI can actually have less symptoms than someone who seems to barely have the condition at all (what some people call Chiari 0). The range of symptoms can vary wildly and seem to come and go, which is what makes this condition so difficult. You might also look into a related condition, Intercranial Hypertension. It has some of the same symptoms as Chiari, and it’s pretty common for someone with one to also have the other. Another clue is if you’ve noticed that you’re worse when the weather changes. Atmospheric pressure has an influence on pressure in the human body, too.

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      • I will definitely write all this down to discuss at the appt. I really appreciate all this. Hopefully I can get an accurate diagnosis soon and someone can cure me of it. Many hugs to you. xo


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  32. You should consider attending CER.

    Was attending the Thanksgiving mass today and a lady went up to testify how she was cured of her Bipolar!


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