Conquer  Verb [kong-ker]

1.    to gain, win, or obtain by effort, personal appeal, etc.

2.    to gain a victory over; surmount; master; overcome.

 

 

Conquer  Verb [kong-ker]

1.    to gain, win, or obtain by effort, personal appeal, etc.

2.    to gain a victory over; surmount; master; overcome.

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"A mission statement is not something you write overnight... But fundamentally, your mission statement becomes your constitution, the solid expression of your vision and values.

 It becomes the criterion by which you measure everything else in your life."

- Stephen Covey-

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Welcome!

Hi there and welcome to ConquerMyDepressionToday.com ("CMDT.com").

 

The mission of CMDT.com is to help as many people as it possibly can Completely Eliminate depression from their life. 

"The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark."

Michelangelo

What Does This Mean?

When someone has Completely Eliminated their depression, they still will cry (tears of sadness, and tears of gratitude and tears of joy). They still will have fears and doubts. They still will feel pain (and pleasure). They still will get enraged, livid, and upset.  They still will make mistakes and fail (and succeed). They still will get sad and lonely. They also may grieve and mourn the loss of something or someone they loved.

 

In other words, people who have Completely Eliminated their depression from their life still will feel emotions and still will be a human being.

 

For  those that have "Completely Eliminated" their depression, there are two things that will stand out:

 

1) The intensity, frequency, and duration of their "lows" and "down times" will significantly change for the better.

This means they are able to say with 100% certainty that their lows don't go as low, their lows don't happen as often, AND their lows do not last as long too. In other words, the intensity of their down times will diminish, the frequency in which they happen will decrease significantly, AND the duration that each "down time" lasts will diminish considerably too.

 

2) They also will have a deep conviction about their resiliency and independence.

This means they have reached a point where they "just know" that  they can handle *anything* life throws their way and will NOT need to take medications or need therapy sessions ever again. They also will "just know" that they will NOT need some sort of supplement, diet change, self-help program or content, etc. to get by.

 

They definitely may decide to use these tools and resources for assistance, but they will not be dependent and reliant upon them to get out of their funk.

 

Especially for challenges as difficult as depression, there is NOTHING wrong with being reliant and needing help for a period of time. The goal of "Completely Eliminating" depression simply means that at some point, they have created the resiliency to handle ANY degree of difficulty they face in their life.

 

Getting to this place is not easy, and there is no magic wand or special technique to get you there overnight. But for those that are experiencing depression, this DEFINITELY can be done, and DEFINITELY is a goal you can set for yourself.

 

The peace, joy, confidence, gratitude, resiliency, Love, connection, intimacy, contentment and fulfillment that is created by getting to that place is difficult to put into words until you experience it for yourself.

 

"Desire backed by faith knows no such word as impossible."

Napoleon Hill

Welcome to ConquerMyDepressionToday.com!

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PLEASE SEE CMDT.com's  "NO CLAIMS OF GUARANTEE AND LEGAL DISCLAIMER" IN THIS LINK.

About the Founder

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ConquerMyDepressionToday.com, was founded by John Gutekunst.  Back in 2010, John went through his own personal experience with depression, which eventually culminated in an eight-week unpaid leave of absence from work and 350+ hours of therapy from 2010 to 2013.

 

This experience also resulted in a lot introspection, and research, and reading, and podcasts, and videos, and seminars, and workshops, and eCourses, and training... and… and... As a result of this work, in 2010 he got off antidepressants in less than six months, returned to work, and VERY fortunate to be able to say he has been depression free and "therapy session free" since 2013.

 

Today, John now is a depression guru, and has been helping others with depression and many other life goals on a full-time basis since 2015.

Join our Free Facebook Community

Depression is already concerning and isolating enough as it is. Hiding our depression and keeping it secret blocks us from the opportunity for others to share their support and their love with us. This automatically creates more loneliness and separation than anyone wants, needs, or deserves.

 

That's why we've created this brand new, PRIVATE Facebook group. Your friends and family members won’t even know you joined. This group fosters a community of young professionals that are experiencing depression AND are devoted to breaking free from it for good.

 

Get exclusive access to live QnAs from the group’s moderator, the best insights available for depression, and an amazing community of like-minded, caring, and supportive professionals.

 

Simply click the link below to join today!   : )
Freedom from Depression

FEATURED ARTICLES

Below are a few articles that CMDT.com has prepared about depression. Enjoy!

 

experiencing depression

"Depressed" vs. "Experiencing Depression"  7 Min Read

A powerful and subtle distinction... Read it here.

i am depressed

"I am Depressed"- What are you REALLY saying?  13 Min Read

The words you use have a huge impact on e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g that occurs in your life. Deciding to say, "I am depressed" leads you down a certain path with implications that are often underappreciated. Learn what this path is and a more empowering way to describe "this thing" you have going on in your life... Read it here

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PLEASE SEE CMDT.com's  "NO CLAIMS OF GUARANTEE AND LEGAL DISCLAIMER" IN THIS LINK.