Monday, October 12, 2009

Stargazer - 138

October is Anxiety and Depression Awareness month (ADA). Click HERE if you're interested. Color of the ribbon that represents depression, bipolar disorder, mental healt and mental illness is green.

As you already know, I've been suffering from depression for years now. I know there are a lot of people, who undermind the effects of drugs and say that you should work it out by talking to a psychiatrist. Well, I don't agree. It's a disease that needs to be treated in both ways to get the best results.

Here's my green NOTD - Sinful 138. This one is the most gorgeous green shimmery nail polish I've ever seen. Unfortunately, it's raining here so this is the best I could do:




Thanks for looking!

17 comments:

  1. I love this color on you. My mother suffers from depression as well; it is a far more serious disease than most people think. I agree that you need both counseling and medication to try to get better and to get your life back on track. Thank you for this!

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  2. oooh i this color is perfection!! i am a fellow sufferer and it's a hurtful hard world out there for us. i'm currently switching medications around and seeing my dr. for some big changes so it's been a hard month. interesting that it's depression awareness time! thanks for spreading the word about this disease. <3 you!

    p.s. your package will be shipped this week!!!

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  3. This colour looks great! It's got such nice shimmer in it!

    && I hope you'll get better soon!

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  4. Very pretty color ! :)

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  5. Thank you, gildedangel! I guess you never really cure completely...you just need to live with depression. Well, that's the case with me. :) Thanks for commenting! :*

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  6. Hey, Kellie! There's a lot of us. Sad but true. I hope you and your doctor will find the perfect medication for you. I know how difficult it is...these pills gave me such headaches, I was sick all the time... You just keep in mind that you're not alone. I'm here for you, if you'll ever need someone! :* (hug)

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  7. Thanks, Lisa. As I said: it's OK on the pictures, but it would blow your mind IRL. Thank you for your good wishes! :)

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  8. beautiful colour! and your nails - they're gorgeous!

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  9. Gorgeous green. I love the shimmer in this. Very pretty on you. I take medication for depression and I'm glad for it. I don't know why people get on their high horses about medication. Talking to someone doesn't always help either. You just have to try one if the other doesn't work.

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  10. Vau, really gorgeus color. I don't have any green nail polish in my collection yet. But after seeing this pictures, I think I'm getting one :)

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  11. Thanks so much, Annelie!

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  12. I agree with you totally! :)

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  13. It's rather cheap and great quality. I think you won't regret. :)

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  14. Hubby's family has history of depression. I agree with you, depression needs medication and counseling to help and it's not something that can go away completely.

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  15. Word! Hope they're all feeling good. :)

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  16. i've suffered from depression for more than a decade. i use meds and had counseling in the past. my symptoms have waned , but are not completely gone. when i first sought treatment, i was against taking meds. fortunately, i caved and began using them. i know some people get results using other methods (counseling, group therapy etc) but for me the meds were my saving grace- therapy enhanced my progress.

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