Anxiety and Depression When You’re Addicted

After a long personal journey up and around addiction, I can write today that it caused a great depression. Now, I’m extremely healthy now, but back then I was swimming in a dark ocean of anxiety, depression and a dull mental health state.

I’m not writing this today to confuse or scare anyone. Rather, I am speaking out in an effort to help the next mom that may be feeling a heavy sensation on her shoulders in difficult times.

Fear Not Because You’re Spiritual DNA is Perfect

The journey to full recovery is long and lonely, believe me because I lived it.

You may have heard of the law of polarity – it states that there is two sides to everything. A good and a bad, a left and a right, an up and a down, etc.

During my recovery process, I quickly learned and applied the law of polarity. And, although I was in a bad state of mind, I was also lifted to a higher self – my spiritual self. I saw good when there was bad. It was like the most perfect connection I have ever felt in my life.

We are spiritual beings and our spiritual DNA is perfect. It requires no modification at all from anyone or anything. Think of how powerful that is – you can tap into spirit and change how you feel about whatever you think is bad because on the other side, there’s a beautiful good.

Wrapping Up

I am going to do this more often and share some of my thoughts to help those with anxiety, depression, addiction and mental health issues become more aware of who they really are. You see, we must go to the root of the problem, which is within us. It starts with our thoughts, not always medication.