Natural Fight with Depression

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Date Joined Mar 2009
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   Posted 3/3/2009 1:38 PM (GMT -7)   
 
If you have depression, it affects everything, from the way you eat and sleep, the way you feel about yourself, and the way you think about things.Even the tiniest things seem to be beyond your control and therefore get set aside.If this happens to you, you are actually moving away from normal life. By restoring your routine, it can somehow help get back on the right track and lead you to your normal life, which is in some way fighting depression.

The most devastating effect of depression is a  mad  feeling of losing control of our lives. Don’t you agree with me? You begin to feel that everything is happening irrationally, which is not the result of your choice or something that you could have made yourself. To be able to regain control, which actually fighting depression, try to re-establish your routines. Maybe both your eye brows are on the highest level they can ever get - wanting to shout: that’s easy for you to say! But, as the old saying goes, “no pain, no gain”, which means that if you want to be in control of your life over again, you should start doing some restoring some of you usual routine no matter hard it can be.

Who says fighting depression is a piece-of-cake? But then again, if you don’t do anything to get on your feet and start fighting, you’ll get worse and worse. Other people and doctors can’t help you get better if you, yourself don’t even have the guts to do it. With that in mind, one way and much easier way to start your fight in regaining control over your life is to write a list of your everyday activities that you may no longer or avoided to participate in. The following is some of the helpful tips that you might need in your quest for taking control over your life.

Keeping in touch with your family and friends greatly help avert your attention away from your condition, especially if you feel their love and care for you. You might pull out some strength from them.

Go out as much as you can as it helps you adjust more quickly.

Engage yourself in some house chores to improve your environment, which affects your healing process and is also a level form of exercise.

The purpose of fighting depression with which you may have started with great efforts will be defeated. Did you get everything?   nono If not, start reading from the top until the words register in your mind. And get your sorry butt up and get going. There’s more to life to celebrate the mope around!

yeah  

Good luck, and Hope for the best

Thank you,

Nisim

 

 

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