People throughout history have valued and pursued freedom, even to death. We don’t enjoy being told what to do all the time and we will generally try to avoid oppressive people if we can. It seems that people naturally enjoy being free to do as they please. There are things we need to do to get through each day and week but we enjoy our own unstructured time when we can do what we like.
The word freedom is often used to describe the opposite to being enslaved to something. To be free is about coming out from being under the control of someone or something and to being liberated from some type of bondage or oppression. For example young people leave home to escape over bearing parents or people change jobs to escape oppressive management styles. We actually take action to protect our freedoms more than you may think.
When you come to understand our natural enjoyment and need for freedom it makes the current depression epidemic even more tragic.
In 1950 depression affected approximately one person in every 25. Now in 2015 depression I understand affects at least one person in every five with an estimate that one in every three people will suffer serious depression in their lifetime. Depression is now a topic regularly discussed by individuals, families, communities and governments because it so widespread now that it can’t be ignored.
I have noticed that there is a lot of information in the community and on the internet that helps you learn about depression is and every possible causes. However, I also have noticed little information that would enable you address your depression and help you come out from under its oppression?
And that is exactly why the “get your head right” material was created and packaged into an online easy access program. To help you fight the good fight against suffering under the oppression of mental illness. If you have been pleading for answers and feeling hopeless or have had friends recommended you to go and get your head right, well this is your lucky day, because the “get your head right” program will help most people escape the oppression of depression and find freedom again.