Interviews and Other Events
Because of the magazine article, a couple of radio stations asked Greg to do an interview; and, a TV station has also asked him for an interview. This has provided Greg with a platform to expand beyond the magazine article to provide better insight into how to successfully fight depression and insomnia.
Greg has been able to share his story via interviews on the radio and TV, including:
Greg has also been asked to share his testimony at various churches throughout the Shenango Valley and Ohio areas.
Recently Greg has been asked by the Christian Hangout group (on Facebook) to become a part of their team as an administrator to help build the network and reach people.
It is somewhat ironic, but Greg's brother (DeWayne McCulley) went through a similar experience, not with depression, but with diabetes. This led Greg's brother to write the now acclaimed book Death to Diabetes, which is one of the top-selling diabetes books on Amazon.com.
Just five months later, my baby sister was diagnosed, with colon cancer, given six months to live and passed in August 2007.
With just one brother and one sister still living, I hit rock bottom and the sleep aids no longer worked.
I called my ex-wife at 6 one morning in mid-September and she began to read the Word of God to me, which states, “I was more than a conqueror through Christ Jesus my Lord.” She also told me I would need to address my medication issues as I had come to a place where I couldn’t sleep without prescription drugs. My psychiatrist told me that because of all the emotional stress I was under it would not be wise to put me on any more drugs and I would just need to give myself some time to heal.
With the help of my ex-wife, a neighbor, my co-worker, and a good friend, I finally found the strength to overcome. They all gave me advice, including that if I spoke at least three good things that God has done every day that it would change things around for me. He also suggested exercising every day. A friend also brought me a calming herbal drink, which I used twice a day.
With all of these changes, my mind became renewed and I slowly was able to get back to normal sleeping patterns within a month, thanks to God.