So far we have established your reason WHY and that some advice can be hurtful from someone with good intentions but doesn’t know how it really feels.

Now the question is how do I know about all of this and why you should trust my advice.

I don’t have any PhD, I’m not a therapist or even went to school to study psychology. Also, I’m not suffering from depression which could make you think that I’m just making nonsense and don’t know what I’m talking about.

Should you trust my advice? Probably no, (I’m trying to be honest here).

What I do have is a real interest in helping people like you to get out of depression by letting you know that you are not lost. (Hint: Look out my blog, read some of my posts and judge me later 🙂 ).

If there’s a compliment I get from my peers, relatives, friends, and people in general, is that I’m one of the most patient and enjoyable persons they have met.

My intention is not to brag but to make a point. It is common sense that to help someone to stand that person needs to be standing first. To throw a lifesaver and rescue someone, that person needs to be in the boat first. A doctor needs to be where the ill are, and lastly, to take someone out of darkness, that person needs to be in the light first.

You don’t need a magic pill (or a pill cocktail), a quick fix, a secret exercise or yoga posture and definitely don’t need to transcend to “enlightenment” to be happy and live a normal life without depression (that’s what we all want).

There’s no big secret.

In fact, once you understand and know what I’m about to share, you will be amazed by its simplicity. The only thing left is for you to apply the system and reap the results.

Before I do that, I want to let you know what this is not…

“I was in darkness, but I took three steps and found myself in paradise. The first step was a good thought, the second, a good word; and the third, a good deed.”