Not sure if I reviewed this movie or not. But I would love to let you know that this movie is a must see. I watched this movie and it made me think about a lot of things. I thought about my life. I thought about my trials and my tribulations. I thought about the things that I take for granted. It made me want to live more on purpose. I need to live everyday true to myself.
Sometimes people can make you feel as though what you are dedicated to and the sacrifices you make for it are worth nothing but we have to continue to strive for the things that we believe in. We must understand that we have one life. Now what will we do with it. This movie is a wonderful movie. It will inspire you please watch.
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Houston just went through what some will say wasn’t a big deal. Well it may not have been a big deal to those that are use tok snow, ice and single digits temps but it was to Houstonians. Friday we were warned to get ready for a freeze. But our houses truly wasn’t ready. So now we have busted pipes.
This is not the worst. Some had to evacuate thier homes and move in with relatives. Some Houstonians had to be sheltered by organizations or other helps programs. It’s truly a time for people to pull together again and help ine another and if not anything else pray.
Today on My Gospel Soul Radio Mental Health Depression is an illness. It affects the whole body, including the brain. It can change how a person feels emotionally and physically. Treatment Treatment options are often used in combinations. Possible treatments include: Talk therapy Medication Exposure to light (for treatment of SAD)
National Foundation for Depressive Illnesses 1 (800) 248-4344 National Institute of Mental Health 1 (800) 421-4211 National Mental Health Association 1 (800) 969-6642 National Mental Health Screening Project 1 (800) 573-4433