Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
If you're living with depression, you know too well how it feels for you. But each person experiences depression in his or her own way. One may sleep too much, while another sleeps too little. Some people don't eat enough and lose weight, while others overeat and gain weight.
Of course, depression is more than just a collection of symptoms: it's a common and serious medical condition that can feel overwhelming and interfere with your ability to function. It may occur once, but for some people it can occur several times in their lives. It is estimated that depression affects about 14 million Americans in a given year, or approximately 1 out of 6 adults over a lifetime.
Even so, if you're suffering from depression, there are things you can do that may help improve the way you feel. Explore the links to the left to learn more about some different options for managing depression, including lifestyle choices, antidepressant medications and talk therapy.
Obama looks like a high class actor then a president, he’s always smiling and laughing, he has no presence or character like George W.Bush. He seems timid and weak at the knees, I would hate for him to have to make a decision when there's a big problem. Obama doesn't give appearance he takes anything seriously. He can't even speak in public without a teleprompter. He reminds me of a terrible actor pretending to be the president of the United States. Is this what we really want? A socialized America? the polls say different. No one wants the so call public health insurance; but they don't seem to care. Let's do the right thing in 2010 and ultimately 2012 get this clown out of office.
2012 vote Barrack Insane Obama out and make him a 1 term president. Don't let him do anymore damage to us.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Barack H. Obama is not my president. I'm shocked by the amount of ignorant Americans out there. It's the end of the