What does remission from depression look like?
It depends how you look at it, but the difference between being depressed and being in remission is as striking as the difference between being asleep and awake.
It’s more like this.
It’s a not less like this.
The lights have been turned on in your head.
It’s a difference anyone looking at you might be able to see.
It means you can be honest when you answer a simple question.
You understand it wasn’t you, or something you’ve done. You understand that now your brain is a strong friend, and on your side, and that you have choices again.
You’ve had a brain lift. You have choices, and you have the strength to make them.
You might want to ask people if they understand something you used to wonder about?
Now you know a hijacked brain can return to its natural state. You remember feelings that you’d forgotten all about. You feel optimism, and self confidence. You’ve returned to your usual, normal self. You’ve returned to a normal, healthy level of functioning. You feel pretty good most of the time.
You know something else, too…
You know the brain disease of depression used to cause you suffering, and make you incapacitated, but now you can function, and remain in comfort. You’re not perfect. Life isn’t perfect. Other people aren’t perfect. But, depression isn’t ruining your life anymore.
You know depression is a brain disease which can be successfully treated.
You’ve joined a club which grows larger every day. You understand why so many people love the NeuroStar TMS Therapy System.