This Thing Called ‘White Man’s Sickness | Tips To Help You Overcome It

Have you ever felt so moody lately that you just wanted to get away from everyone around you and stay locked up in a world where only ‘you’ exists? Have you ever being so upset to to point that you judged yourself as ‘never’ going to be enough for yourself, not to talk of of others? If you answered yes to those questions then you likely are already plagued with the white man’s sickness and you need
help with it as soon as possible.

And that is what I’m here to offer you now!
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It’s common knowledge now that depression is not just a feeling (that could fade away on its own) or a parody of ‘the whites’ exaggerating health issues. Even though most people still don’t believe it exists or could actually cause any harm to anyone, depression is a serious mental illness that endangers the life of the sufferer and that of anyone around him or her. 
I like the way Wikipedia puts it as a:  mental disorder  characterized by at least two weeks of low mood that is present across most situations. It is often accompanied by low self esteem, low interest in normally enjoyable activities, low energy, and pain without a clear cause.
I would like you to find time to read more about it there. 
Depression can be treated with the use of drugs and therapies. You can refer to the tips that I’m about to share in this video as therapies too (it actually is). I used them when I suffered this white man’s sickness and would love you to try them too. 
I would most definitely love to get your feedbacks  on your thoughts about depression and the tips too.
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Hi dear, thanks for visiting my blog. I am Cynthia Ukachi E. a.k.a Shuga. An ambivert who loves to talk and share her life's journey in order to impact, educate or entertain. I'm passionate about helping people balance their lives, acting, presenting and organizing events. Abujagirlsjournal is my online diary where I talk about things ranging from motivation, self help tips, relationship talks/advice to events and more. You don't want to miss any of those so go ahead and subscribe to follow for regular updates.

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