You have to change the way you look at your situation. Look at it from a different angel. This may help you to see that it is not the end of the world. Get “outside” your body, so to speak and see it as if you are another person. Try and see what good it is that you have to offer someone. What are your best qualities? Write them down, it is the best way to convince yourself of them. Realize that you have a lot to offer. Do not put yourself down. For sure there is going to be someone out there who will appreciate them. Wait for that person to come along.
The full-blown maniacs’ actions are rather devastating. Individuals suffering with depression and crazy often become subject to the full-blown mania where they start making unnecessary moves in their business. Their actions yield far more losses than benefits, they themselves are never able to note this.
Such patients often become too generous and gift away their treasured items or things that they just can not afford to give away. Though, later they also regret their actions.
The alternative to moving on would be to remain in the miserable world you are in. If this isn’t the life you want for yourself then you will have to do whatever is necessary to pull yourself out of it. It will take some work to climb out of the dark hole, but the effort will pay off.
Play dress up. Take the time in the morning to get yourself ready, even if you are not going anywhere. Putting on your good clothes, including shoes, can increase your confidence and your mood. Feeling sloppy and frumpy in old, stained clothes may be comfortable, but it does nothing for your mood.
A – My short term goals are to focus on writing one quality article each day, and continuing to network with other writers. My long term goal is to have a book published by the time I’m 40 – a dream I’ve had since I was a child.
Depression is a word that is thrown around so casually that now it has several meanings attached to it. For some people, depression just means the regular sad and tired feelings we get after bad news or disturbing events. These are also called “the blues”, “the blahs” and just plain misery.
You will have to ask for help, but do not be afraid to do it! Be careful whom you ask for help though. Well meaning friends can do a lot of harm if they are out of their depth. If you are battling with depression because of it, seek professional help, there is no shame in it! You are not going crazy; depression is something a lot of people suffer from. Ignore those that may judge you, they are not the ones dealing with a traumatic breakup! Do whatever it takes to beat it.