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A Kenyan woman narrates how she had been battling depression

Christine, now 28 suffered from mental health challenges during her teenage years. The problems began after she joined high school and got bullied by senior students. “Those days they would force me to do for them like making beds or washing utensils. Whenever I objected, they would shun or hurl abuse me,” said Christine.  “I felt so lonely and lost. It was a boarding school, so my parents were not there and I missed them so much.”  The traumatic experience made her develop depression which she had been battling for many years.

She later went for her college education and depression was her major challenge. Most of the times she would think of weird ways of solving her problems like killing herself. At one point she almost committed suicide after her lover cheated on her as she was held after tying to jump into a river next to their institution. This was not enough to solve her depression puzzle and most of the times she would even talk to herself when she was on stress. Very little things made her fall into deep thought; issues that she says would have been sorted.

She liked the habit of being alone and her friend’s would wonder what the problem was. She got married while still she had not solved the problem. As she said, most of the times she would answer her husband arrogantly, something that led to wrangles and misunderstanding into their marriage life. Within time her husband got used to her behavior as he saw it as her way of living and something that she was not to change even if what happened. It affected their love pattern with her husband as her husband would even at times fail to talk to her as he feared to get some abusive response.

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As time went by, she learned about a native doctor from social media and became interested as the traditional doctor had been helping people like her get out of mental disorder which lead to depression most of the times. She had Dr Mugwenu contacts and arranged on how she was to meet him for some help.

Dr Mugwenu casted some spells which would heal her from her mental health problem that most of the times led her into depression. Since then she said her life has changed as she has never fell into depression after she met Dr Mugwenu. They even agree in their marriage with her husband unlike before where they would exchange heated conversations due to her condition.

The traditional doctor says his spells casting power work within 24 hours. He handles general problems ranging from winning court cases, winning lottery and protection of family and property. He heals blood pressure, diabetes, ulcers, and gonorrhea, syphilis, TB and manhood problems among other ailments. Connect with him on +254740637248.Email website for more.