There are staggering amounts of people suffering from Bi-Polar disorders, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder), or Major depression.  These people are living every day of their lives on the edge of suicide or committing some horrific crime.   Lots of them have no money and no way to get the help they need.  They can’t get the money to get the medicine they need to live a normal life.  I have interviewed many people and have seen the damage that these disorders cause people.  Many of them have broken relationships, unsatisfied frequent sexual behavior with many people and much more.

There are those who have made it successfully and they turn their nose up at these people and refuse to help them, because they think they are week.  Some internet programs promise success, but just when a person gets to the place where there seems to be hope, then comes the request for money to get it.  I think this is a crying shame!  These people have little thought for others because they have made it well financially.

Then you have elected officials who really need no introduction.  They come up with The Affordable Care Act, which is not affordable at all!  Now these people are even worse off according to the many I have spoken with than they were before.

I’m going to list some the symptoms of these disorders:

  • unhappiness,
  • sadness,
  • melancholy,
  • melancholia,
  • misery,
  • sorrow,
  • woe,
  • gloom,
  • despondency,
  • low spirits,
  • a heavy heart,
  • despair,
  • desolation,
  • hopelessness;
  • upset,
  • tearfulness;
  • Trouble focusing or concentrating
  • Restlessness
  • Impulsivity
  • Difficulty completing tasks
  • Disorganization
  • Low frustration tolerance
  • Frequent mood swings
  • Hot temper
  • Trouble coping with stress
  • Unstable relationships
  • Poor school performance
  • Trouble with the law
  • Problems at work
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Frequent car accidents or other accidents
  • Unstable relationships
  • Financial stress
  • Poor physical and mental health

Often fidgets with or taps hands and feet or squirms in seat

Often leaves seat when remaining seated is expected
(Example: leaves their place in the office or other workplace setting or in other situations that require remaining seated)

Often runs or climbs where it is inappropriate or feels restless (in adults, it may be limited to feeling restless)

Often unable to participate in leisure activities quietly

Often acts as if “on the go” or “driven by a motor”
(Example: is unable to be or uncomfortable being still for an extended time, as in meetings or restaurants)

Often talks excessively

Often blurts out an answer before a question has been fully asked
(Examples: completes people’s sentences; cannot wait for next turn in conversation)

Often has difficulty waiting his or her turn, for example, while waiting in line

Often interrupts or intrudes on others
(Examples: butts into conversations, games, or activities; may start using other people’s things without asking or receiving permission; may intrude into or take over what others are doing)

These are just a few.  Some people have the severe depression part that usually leads to suicide.  Look at Robin Williams.  He made the world laugh, while inside he was dying, and it lead to this famous man taking his life.

There are many others out here that aren’t in the public arena, but are suffering just as much.  One woman was taking a self help course and as I said earlier, was then told she’d have to pay to get more information or to join their community of the wealthy.  She took a gun to her head a threatened to blow her head off, because she thought she may be getting help, only to be let down by the elite and she couldn’t deal with it.  God help those who play with people’s lives in this way.

We never know what that neighbor, co-worker, friend, family, person in line at the store and many more is going through.  What you do in a moment of selfishness could mean the death of another.  Pray hard before you lead someone on.  I hope to do more research and find a way to help these less fortunate!  I am just one voice crying in the wilderness.

By Terry Board

© Burnett Publishing Company 2016


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