Being Victorious in Depression and Anxiety {Guest Post}

I had the honor of doing this guest post for Maggie! 🙂 Check it out! 😀

Dreaming of Guatemala

Hi there! I hope you’re having a beautiful day. This past week, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about how I want to blog, which explains why I didn’t share as many posts as I was planning on recently. I have so many ideas for the future, though, and I can’t wait to write about them! For this week’s guest post, Ariana from Ariana’s Archives shares with us how she makes it through seasons of depression and anxiety. I really enjoyed reading her tips and encouragement, and I know you will, too!

Being Victorious in Depression and Anxiety

Hello, everyone! I am Ariana Evans from Ariana’s Archives. Maggie asked me to guest post and when I got her email I was so excited. Today I wanted to talk to you about emotional pain.

Emotional pain such as depression, worry, and anxiety can overtake you, (and for anxious people…

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13 thoughts on “Being Victorious in Depression and Anxiety {Guest Post}”

  1. Great post, Ariana. I like learning about how you overcome anxiety and depression. However, there are people who do have to be on medication for there depression because it is so severe. I have a friend who has spend most of her life in clinical depression. And several other friends who have spent good portions of their life in really bad depression. Speaking from personal experience, depression doesn’t always just go away quickly. For many months now I have had very bad depression where I literally do not want to live anymore. Very hard. But thank you for sharing what works for you. God bless!

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    1. Thank you, Margaret! That means a lot. I’ve been through the not wanting to live. I understand sometimes medication if super serious is necassary I just don’t like Dr.’s and the side-effects of medication. I’ve been to the Dr. three times, I just think they like making money off of medication, honestly. But, I do get sometimes they are the best thing you can do. I’m sorry your friend is going through that! I will be praying for her. I have really bad depression sometimes, too, it still haunts me. It’s not something you can get over in a matter of months sometimes, but a lot of times you can wake up in the morning and look in the positive side of things, I’ve learned that to be true from others and myself. But, of course, I understand/see your opinion. Thank you for commenting. ❤


      1. Thank you for that. I’m sorry that you’ve had to go through all of that. 🙁 yes, I see your point about the people just trying to make money off of the medicine. 🙁 that is so sad and so wrong.
        Oh, an thanks for praying for my friend. 💗

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