How What You Do During Difficult Times Can Help You Find Yourself

I sat in our oversized chair every Friday morning for a year and a half for at least two hours. I called it study time, reading, waking up, coffee time, and alone time. It was a knee jerk reaction to being severely depressed. I wouldn’t allow myself to be noticeably depressed because others might encourage me to get help. My husband was too depressed to notice what was going on…

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Marcy Pedersen, MBA

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Writer, analyst, life-long learner, and obsessed about improving life and work processes. Connect at marcypedersen@icloud.com

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