A smashing post I must say. Yeh am a fitness fan and near fanatic 🙂 Gosh it does me so much good that I feel so bad not being able to do it as much as I would have wanted. I truly envy Dyane and her ellyptical 🙂 And to say that Dr is Dashing, hmm you can only but feel good if you at least give his advices a go 🙂
Psychiatrist Dr. Mohammad Alsuwaidan
Surprise everyone! I’m not writing a rambling 3500 word post this week. Are you amazed? Grateful? I hope so! 😉 Consider it my early holiday gift to you…
Ever sincewe had a death in the familyon September 6th, it has been tough around here. I wasn’t close to my brother-in-law, but my husband loved his brother very much. Some of you know what it’s like to be around deep grief, and it’s hard. Plus the specific circumstances of this death were awful.
In the past an event like that could’ve easily triggered my depression, but I’ve been able to avoid it this time. I’ve felt sad, overwhelmed, anxious, yes, but the Big D? (I’ve stopped using the silly term “black dog”.)
Meet Dr. Mohammad Alsuwaidan
I first became familiar with Dr. Alsuwaidan’s work through the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (a.k.a. ISBD)…
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