The Secret Gives Hope To Depressed
I feel like I have to thank you! Once again The Secret proved to be right.
My husband suffers from clinical depression and bi-polar dysfunction, and has since he was a little kid. He called himself a hater and wore only dark colors, drank a lot, was a substance abuser for many, many years of his life, was always negative and cranky, and envious about other successful people. Everything was gay, not worth trying for. I can assure you it was a fight to live with him, since I am quite the opposite and always see a challenge in negative things. I have been using The Secret without even knowing it since I was a kid, and watching the movie a few months ago helped me to work on my weakness.
However, my husband stopped doing drugs a year ago after we had a huge fight, and I told him I want a divorce (after only one year being married). He promised to stop. He did but his negativity and strong depression just stayed as bad. He tried to feel better by drinking. Of course it didnt work.
One and a half weeks ago he came home from work a bit drunk and snapped. It was so bad that I had to call the police, and they took him to the hospital because he had a mental breakdown.
For a few months I had been asking the universe for a change for the better and was thankful for the solution it would provide me with. A week after his breakdown I took my copy of The Secret DVD, and wrote a little note: Please watch the entire movie today, xoxo, and felt grateful that he would watch it. Many, many times I had told him he should watch it, but he didnt want to, and said it was gay and nothing can help him anyways.
That morning he watched the entire DVD, and when he finished he wrote me a message it was like receiving a message from a different person. He said: Thank you for making me watch this video. It really helped me a lot. At first I thought he was being sarcastic as always but he meant it.
He is trying every single day to think about the positive sides, and tries to be grateful for what he has. As you can imagine, being clinically depressed for over thirty years has a huge impact in your life, and yet it seems like a little miracle has happened. He agreed to go to therapy, and every time he feels bitterness he talks about why he should feel grateful. This morning he woke up and the first thing he said when his feet hit the ground was, I am grateful for my beautiful wife and my hair.
THANK YOU for making the movie. I look forward a sunnier marriage and am so happy for my husband, who changed from being suicidal for years to being able to see the bright side of life and feeling hope for the first time since many years.