Dealing With Depression

There are many different ways of dealing with depression and different people have different ways of doing it, some like to tackle it head one, some like to look for help from other people, some think it is just a phase and will go away and so on. Dealing with depression can be a very difficult thing to do, often people feel as though there is no hope or that it is pointless even trying to deal with it, well, that’s not the case, you CAN overcome it and change your life for the better.

One of the key things to realise is WHY you want to get rid of depression, what reasons do you have for it? Do you want to be stronger for the people in your life, do you want to achieve a particular goal and think that depression is holding you back, do yo simply want to become happier person?

Think about all the great benefits that will come when you are not depressed anymore and it will give you more motivation to find a way to overcome it. There are medications you can take, there are exercises you can do, there are groups you can attend and more, there ARE ways to deal with it.

Now, if you feel severely depressed then you should talk to your doctor and get their professional advice, they will be able to give you some help in this rough time in your life.

Identify what makes you happy in life, what do you want to achieve, what your passions are and focus on those things, don’t think about the things that make you depressed, instead, try to focus solely on the things that make you happy.

When you focus only on the good things in life, it makes it a lot easier to overcome your depression and become happier naturally. If you feel you are put under a lot of stress throughout your days and it is bringing you down then read the short report available from this site, it should help you to relieve a bit of your stress and make things easier to cope with.

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4 thoughts on “Dealing With Depression

  1. spoken like a person who has never experienced depression. Nice try…but it’s not as easy as “find help” and “think more postively”. It’s a matter of LOVING that part of yourself…not changing it prior to acceptance.
    and by the way…depression has nothing to do with “happiness”…it has to do with “contendedness”, of which happiness is a natural by product.
    Thereapy is very inportant…an objective vewpoint to unravel the mze of experiences that contribute to the picture of who you are. It’s lovely to see a sight dedicated to helping folks with depression. a good intention! But…not from the viewpoint of the afflicted. πŸ™‚ which is less helpful.


    • I actually didn’t write the article nor did I post it. I’m getting help setting up a variety of social media. I do thank you for your point and will take a look at that article. Based on your comment, I have a feeling the article did little to honor a person who is experiencing depression. You are right, it is imperative to love that part of yourself, welcome it. It’s part of who we are. Not something that defines us necessarily, but is part of us. I thank you for your courage to point out the flaws in the article. Education is important. There’s nothing more damaging than false information. I know that one first hand! I hope you will give me a second chance πŸ™‚

      • This was a very cool response…fearless and ego free. I must have ALLOT to learn from you. I’d give you ten chances.
        ~peace~ and nice to meet you πŸ™‚

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