A very stressed-out woman felt as though her life was falling apart. She was battling clinical depression and had a lot on her plate. She was trying to do well at work and did not have a lot of friends or family to support her. She had just gotten married and felt bad about the way she treated her husband stating that she took her frustration out on him.
One day, she returned home from a business trip. She was stressed and exhausted. She ended up collapsing on the bed and crying. When she looked up at the mirror she discovered a note from her husband sraw;ed on the glass. The note listed all of the many reasons the husband loved his wife, because she is his best friend. He also stated that he loved his wife because she never gives up, has a beautiful singing voice and makes him laugh. Additionally, he loves his wife because she supports him.
The woman says that the love and support from her husband was exactly what she needed and that her husband understands that she has a problem seeing all of the good in the world.
The woman acknowledged that she suffers from a mental illness. Mental illness is not cured by words, but it requires professional treatment. However, kind words can make a person who has a mental illness feel better.