When dealing with Depression, therapy can be one of your most powerful tools. I know, nobody wants to ask for help, but
before you jump on that band wagon you will need to consider something. I would call a friend or a professional therapist
long before I call the pharmacist and ask for a prescription of antidepressants. The side-effects just aren’t worth it. If
you give into your fears and make an appointment with a therapist, I think you will be glad you did.
A therapist can help you see things in a different light and put a twist on things to reveal issues that you probably
were not aware of. Now if you have an anxiety disorder, Cognital Behavioral Therapy will be the way to go. There your
therapist will help you break down 3 very simple steps.
First, the cognitive, which is the thinking and belief process. This is where they will listen to your goals, what is it
that you want, and show you how to build up and eventually be able to achieve them by changing the way you think about
things, to look at things a little differently.
Next is behavior, what we want and how we go for it. You will start to custom fit your new found realizations into your
The final part is all about emotions. Learning to relax and de-stress is all you will need to start absorbing peace and
When you put these 3 factors all in place in a professional setting, you will be well on your way to health and happiness
in no time. Now it does not have to be the way I just described, that’s just one approach. The important thing to remember
is that by talking to someone you trust, you are making an important step in the right direction. You don’t have to talk
to a therapist either, talk to someone that you look up to, a parent, your boss, a mentor or even your best friends mom.
Look around you, there are always plenty of people in your life that can be there for you. The first step is in being
there for yourself.
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