Make an Appointment with your Family Medical Physician - There are times when certain medical issues may be taking place that we are unaware of, such as a Thyroid Gland that is not functioning properly, than can cause depression, just to name one instance. Having a yearly physical and regular blood work completed can help to identify any issues that may exist medically. Be A Student of your Illness - if diagnosed with a type of Mental or Emotional Illness, learn all that you can about that illness such as symptoms, triggers, treatment options (both natural and medical), etc. Learn as much as possible as about the medications you may be placed on by a physician or natural oils or herbal treatments you may use to address your particular mental or emotional illness.
Seek out wise counseling from a Pastor or Professional/Biblical Counselor - These appointments provide you an opportunity with whom someone you can share the journey of your story through anxiety and/or depression on a continual basis. You can find such counseling resource centers on the "Support Agencies" page by following the Help Menu.
Use the FREE Resources offered on this website - Daily Journaling, Reading a Daily Devotion from the 40 Day Devotional Guide, Believe the Truth about How God Sees You, use a Daily Scripture Journal, use a Daily Planner, etc. found in the "Inspirational" and "Practical Helps" pages of this website within the Help Menu.
Don't Be Afraid or Ashamed to Seek the Professional Help of a Psychiatrist - these professionals can help identify patterns of anxiety and/or depression that can be treated with appropriate medication that will enable you to become balanced and uplifted enough to utilize the resources above.
Join a Support or Care Group- Staying connected with others who are walking the journey along with you through anxiety and/or depression will become a great asset to you in the healing process.
The Story Behind the Song - "It Is Well" by Krisene DiMarco