Clinical psychologist John Mayer, Ph.D., author of Family Fit: Find Your Balance in Life, says that it’s not uncommon for people suffering from depression to stop brushing their hair.
“Guiding a person into such activities as a makeover or haircut can help the person feel better about their personal hygiene and thus about their self-image and self-esteem,” Mayer says. “These latter improvements in self-esteem and self-image are core coping mechanisms for relieving depression.
” He says he often recommends that his depressed patients do things like this for that reason. Complaining Can Not Comb Matted Tangled Hair.
Complaining can not reduce the size of tangled knots in your hair; nor does it comb matted tangled out of your hair.
In fact most people do not want to hear you complain all day about your matted knotty hair. Sadly you may get a response of either do something about it or CUT IT ALL OFF!
You need caring hands to help comb detangle through the clumps of confusion on your head.
Biblically complaining does not command God’s attention either. If you have lost anything, God grace is the reason you haven’t lost everything.
Complaining may get the attention of human beings who feel like listening, but it does not mean a good solution will result.
Praise commands the hand of God to move. According to Lamentations 33:28 New Living Translation
Let them sit alone in silence beneath the LORD's demands.
Philipians 2:14. 13. For it is God who works in you to will and to act on behalf of His good pleasure. 14. Do everythingwithout complaining or arguing, so that you may be blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and perverse generation, in which you shine as lights in the world…
Get up today, stop all the complaining and let us help you detangle your tangled matted knots today.