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2011-10-01 01:06:29
Many thanks for the cream and sugar, vegemite hater. I still find coffee hard to drink though. Don't like the taste of it, even with cream and sugar in it. I thankyou very much too for your very kind words about my depression. That is very thoughtful of you. Why though don't you like vegemite ? I love that on toast. Don't eat much of it though. Just a little. Have a great weekend, VH.... :)
2011-09-30 20:50:14
A little sugar, a little cream in your coffee and the bitterness disappears. Whatever. I wish you well in your endeavors to break the hateful chains of depression.
2011-09-30 09:44:45
Many thanks, Patito. And the trick to depression is to try and get over the low volition that I have. Not an easy thing to conquer. Once that's out of the way, then the world is my oyster, so to speak.... :)
2011-09-30 05:52:15
Don't find myself agreeing with Connie very often but she's right about exercise making you feel better...20 to 30 minutes of moderate exercize is usually enough for your body to produce endomorphines, a kind of natural drug that produces a feeling of well-being....exercise may not be a cure all but it's almost certain to make you feel better...the trick is being able to force yourself to do it ( exercize ) even when and if you may not feel like it..
2011-09-30 05:38:51
Many thanks for the information here, Connie. I don't drink coffee. I drink tea though and I don't mind hot chocolate either. I don't like anything that has a bitter taste to it and I find coffee to be bitter. I will try with the walking though. My doctor wants me to do more of that too. Please take care, Connie (Aline)..... Mary... :)
2011-09-30 05:09:38
PG - In a comment to you I had said that perhaps coffee could be an issue for persons with depression. I saw today an article in the newspaper that said U.S. researchers found that "Women who drink four cups of coffee a day are 20% less likely to become depressed than women who rarely drink coffee. A little suggestion. Tomorrow walk a block, next day two blocks and so on, eventually picking up length and speed. If you quit for a while, that's ok - just start again and then again. One block at a time. Be good to yourself Mary. Aline