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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Challenge Your Situation

There is no situation that cannot change if you will work hard and be patient. A situation not challenged will harden up and become a hill, a hill not removed will become a mountain and a mountain not addressed will become impossible. Do not leave situations till they get out of hand before you start running around for solution. That is what most people do, but know that problems are better solved in their embryo stage. If you allow them to harden. They become more difficult to get rid off.

The more you allow a matter to drag for too long, the more you give your opponents time to stiffen their positions. Procrastination they say is an enemy of progress. For instance, many patients in the hospital would not have gotten to their pitiable stage if they had consulted their doctors on time. Many marriages would not have collapsed if a respected counsellor was contacted on time. So, challenge your situation and it will change.

Take a decision concerning your situation. You will have to be decisive in life to create a chance for yourself. No one will give you a chance, it is your decision that will create the chance you desire. Do not shy away from taking firm decisions even if they are hard ones.

Make sure you apply correct approach to your situation and it will bring a positive result just as the correct tools will get a job done with ease.
That situation before you is waiting for a solution, so calm down and look at it very well,solution will emerge. No situation will standstill in the face of serious and continuos efforts.


  1. Thanks for the Informative Post. Depression does affect more than we know, but there are solutions, not always Drug related. Keep up the good work

  2. God bless you for having a Blog like this! I am sure you help many people. My husband suffered from a couple of years of depression in our marriage and it was a long road. God used it to make us stronger and better for each other, and of course to bring us closer to Him. Stopping by from BlogFrog.

  3. Thanks lynnie for your comment. God bless you too.

  4. Very interesting blog! I am your newest follower. Stopping by from blogfrog!

  5. Adeyera, I am delighted I have found your blog, which gives information on depression in bite size chunks that I can understand.

    Many times when someone reveals to me they are going through depression, it can be rather difficult to say the right words of encouragement, as I know it is a very complicated challenge in their life.

    I have been on the borderline of depression before, but the Lord, who is the lifter of my head, pulled me through. I give Him glory.

    I can see after reading some of your posts, that the Lord has directed me here for a reason.

    I thank God for your life.

    What a beautiful picture of your daughter…sooooo cute!

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