Denial and Depression

Denial and Depression

Are you living with denial and depression?  What if you are living with denial and, or depression, and not know it?  Maybe you are experiencing signs and symptoms of denial and depression from the challenges that come from: losing weight, managing and saving money; initiating conversations, creating and developing healthy friendships, and harmonious love relationships; the inability to feel good naturally; limited energy; insomnia; unclear thinking; or extreme emotional highs and lows.    If you are stressed, you may feel overwhelmed because you have too much to do and not enough time in the day to complete it all.  You may feel as if everything is falling apart and you don’t know how to stop the fall.  You may feel like you are going around in circles in certain areas of your life and you don’t know how to get off of the merry-go-round.  You may have just lost a loved one, relationship, or job and are having a tough time dealing with the loss.  These feelings could trigger signs and symptoms of denial and depression brought on by mental and emotional stress such as, prolonged periods of sadness, emptiness, or mental and emotional fatigue. Some basic signs and symptoms of stress include frequent headaches, hair breakage, upset stomach, acid reflux, or anxiety attacks etc… this represents a short list of the challenges which can lead to denial and depression.


Living with denial and depression can leave you feeling like there is no hope and no way out, but there is.  My new book, “The Beauty and Vanity of Denial” may be just what you have been looking for.  Within its pages could be the answers you seek to help you get your life back in order.  If some area of your life just isn’t working out the way you want it to, there may be a denial story keeping you from seeing and living your truth.  Are you having challenges with maintaining your relationships, or friendships?  Is your bank account diminishing and, or in the red?  Are you in the right career, or are you missing out on good opportunities because something is holding you back?  Do you want a certain lifestyle, but are afraid to reach for it or don’t know why you aren’t making any progress to move closer to what you want?  You may keep trying to lose weight or improve your health, but keep ending up at square one.  Are you sad, frustrated or angry most of the time and don’t really understand why or you understand why, but don’t know what to do about it?  Do you feel as if you have lost yourself along the way and want to get back in touch with the real you?

I wrote the book, “The Beauty and Vanity of Denial” because I discovered soon after being diagnosed with depression that I was living with denial stories that were causing me mental and emotional pain.  Although I did seek help from a mental health professional, I did not do this as a result of any conversation I had with them.  I decided that I needed to figure out what was really behind what I was currently feeling.  I decided that in order for me to get my life back on track I had to examine every area of my life and especially my own issues because even though I knew I had issues, I didn’t want to believe they had anything to do with the condition of my mind, body, or life.  I was stuck in neutral blaming everyone around me for what was going on in my life and getting nowhere.

I had to reach the end of my rope in order to change my life.  Until then, I had to live feeling sad, lonely, angry, and confused… for the rest of my life, or do something different.  I decided that I wanted to feel better, in fact I wanted to feel my best.  That meant I had to examine my life and get to the root of my challenges.  I needed to find out what was causing the sadness, frustration and anger that I felt most of the time.  When I decided I wanted to feel good, I had to acknowledge what was no longer working in my life.  I discovered that I didn’t want to acknowledge my truth because I knew if I did, I would be forced to make changes and those changes were not going to be comfortable.  I didn’t want to move beyond my comfort zone even though I was sick and tired and sick and tired of being that way.  I found out that the condition of my body, mind and life was because of my relationship with denial and depression.

I had been denying my truth in favor of a story that kept me comfortably living a lie.  My journey of introspection and self-reflection took me through a process in which I had to ask myself a series of questions and answer them truthfully.  No one else knew or had to know my truth, but it was important for me to acknowledge it.  I wrote about the process I used for coming out of denial in my new book.

My book, “The Beauty and Vanity of Denial” may help inspire you to begin to make changes that are necessary for you to move beyond where you are now (denial and depression), to living your life authentically, denial and depression free.

As you read my book you will uncover the denial stories that may be blocking your progress so that you can see and take advantage of the opportunities that are hiding within plain sight by coming out of denial and depression.

Within, “The Beauty and Vanity of Denial”, you will be asked questions throughout.  These questions are designed to start the process of uncovering and unraveling your denial stories.  They will assist you in examining your life and revealing why you may be in denial and depression.

Uncover Denial and Depression by Discovering:

  • What denial is
  • What causes denial
  • Different forms of denial
  • Why you may have denial stories running in the background of your life
  • How denial helps you
  • What your denial stories are
  • How denial may affect the decisions you make
  • How denial may be adversely affecting your relationships
  • How denial may be keeping you from seeing and preparing for opportunities
  • The perks you may be receiving by staying in denial
  • A method you can use that may help you reclaim your truth, resume your forward momentum, and get your life back on track


Discover the keys for traversing and eliminating the fear and pain which come as byproducts from living in denial, by purchasing, “The Beauty and Vanity of Denial”. This book will help you weed out your denials and get to the root of your denial and depression so that you can feel better, be better, and live better.

Share your discovery with all of your friends and family members.  You will be glad you did and they will thank you for helping them out of their denial and depression.