Do you like roller coasters? When you go to an amusement park, do you immediately head for a roller coaster? Whether yes or no is your answer, I’d have to say from me you’d hear a huge and resounding “No way.” I don’t want anything in my playtime to go up and down while it shakes me this way and that. I think I feel that way because all that shake-up reminds me too much of real life, which is always taking this family for an unexpected ride that feels like a roller coaster. That said for me, those rides are usually a bearable thing. I can hang on throughout the excitement, and look forward to the easier time. But when I play, I don’t want all that excitement. Yet, there are times though, in our real life adventure, when life turns out to be more than “all that excitement.” It is the dull pounding experience of depression.
Call it the blues (if it’s a mild case) or clinical depression (if it’s more advanced)… It still boils down to a slow ride to nowhere, which begins with fatigue. We’re tired of