posted on Feb, 1 2012 @ 06:43 AM
Several comments here. First, try to determine why you are afraid of death. Is it the fear of fear itself, the fear of the unknown, the fear of
pain, the fear of loss (if loss, break that down into loss of what or whom etc.), the fear of the afterlife itself, the fear of not knowing, loss of
Second, you have the extreme depth of emotion and imagination that is extraordinarily rare. This to me is a sign of the great artists, musicians,
poets and writers. It's sad but true that the greatest works of creativity were done in the deepest pits of dispair. These same activities 'can'
lead you out of that same mood and help you to find your answers. It's a double-edged sword - one way you are happier and content - the other way
you are miserable but at the top of the peak of creativity.
Third, for depression, a natural help (not a cure) is MORNING sunshine. The sun between sunrise and 10AM is a natural anti-depressant. So is brisk
walking. Weight control is also a vital key to maintaining a modicum of happiness. My advice is to stay away from chocolates, even though they tout
them as natural anti-depressants - they set up a cycle where your system will demand more and more to keep from being depressed. Everything in
moderation is key to the depression diet.