If you’ve ever wanted to live large and make a difference, what I am writing here will speak to you. I accidentally discovered I could treat depression with food and felt strongly I had an important story to tell.
I’ve made a decision not to live from fear, but to live from a place of openness so I can reach more people and attempt to help more people with their health both mental and physical.
I’ve written a book, “Eat Your Blues Away” to document my accidental recovery from chronic depression by changing how I eat. I literally learned to treat depression with food. I waited for several years to be sure it would last, and my recovery has been in place for nearly six years now.
I would be remiss if I didn’t share with you that writing the book was scary for me. Putting down on paper for the world to see all my struggles and my journey from chronic depression to a life free of it at times gave me pause. What was I thinking…what would others think?
I’ve spent too much of my life coming from that attitude, and I now realize I need to move forward with my story fearlessly so I may positively affect the lives of more people. Some will be ready to hear it is possible to treat depression with food; some will not.
I hope you will check out my story. It is available on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback formats. The name of the book is, “Eat Your Blues Away”, and that is exactly what I did. Can you do it too? Isn’t it worth finding out as, for me, it has been a life changing experience!
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Cheryl A Major
Cheryl A Major lives in Westford and is a Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant. Her TV show, Thin Strong Healthy, airs on WestfordCat and is an offshoot of her blog http://ThinStrongHealthy.com Cheryl offers ongoing information, live and online courses and personal health coaching to help you feel better and be healthier. Follow Cheryl on Twitter @CherylAMajor. She is also a full time residential Realtor with Coldwell Banker with more than 25 years experience.
Her new book, “Eat Your Blues Away” in which she chronicles her recovery from depression is now available on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback!