Cows make me happy humans make my head hurt shirt and unisex long sleeve
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
I lost a friend to suicide last year who was very involved with the church – went to services twice a week, helped out with volunteer events and prayed for strength. So please tell me, if God can heal you, why isn’t my friend here, alive and well? Had my friend sought medical advice and a therapist, Cows make me happy humans make my head hurt shirt there’s a chance he would be here today. It would still be a battle, but he would be alive. Instead, the answer he got was to “pray about it,” and it ended up being his death sentence. I couldn’t even say my goodbyes because his “salvation” was at the end of the barrel of a gun. There was nothing left of my friend.
Cows make me happy humans make my head hurt shirt
I assume the people who say only prayers will help are the people who think the only way to heal cancer is through the whole church/bible/prayer thing. Depression is a serious illness and the judgemental preaching that is going on here is the one thing that doesn’t help anyone with a depression. I’m glad some people get through a depression by praying, but most people with a severe depression can’t. Just like my dad can’t cure his cancer by praying. Cows make me happy humans make my head hurt shirt Sure he can wait around and hope he’s the lucky one who gets saved, but would anyone of you have enough faith to do that? If your answer is no, stop judging. If your answer is yes, I’d like to speak to you again if it ever happens to you, which I sure hope it won’t.
Prayer will only work if you are religious. Ultimately, it is a placebo – you believe that God is helping you and healing you, so you aren’t as depressed. If you aren’t religious, “prayer” is just talking to yourself or into the emptiness. Depression is a mental illness, and just like any other illness that is out there, it can’t be cured by anything other than intensive patient care and a treatment plan. That being said, what works for one person may not work for someone else, just like any other medication or treatment plan on the market. Everyone’s depression is different and everyone’s treatment and method of dealing with it will be different – prayer, medication, therapy, alcohol, drugs, self-harm. There is no cure for depression, only ways to manage it. Some can manage to keep it in control so it isn’t all-consuming. Others are less fortunate and can find no release other than ending the light for good.
Take it and hope you love it