Have you ever wondered why so many people seem depressed, there are many, many reasons, too many to go into. However,
there is a reason why depression is considered a part of mental health. Your brain is the most powerful organ in your body
and it can send you on the wildest rides imaginable. These rides will take you on a journey of uncertainty and take away
your abilities to live a normal life. It does not have to be like that.
You can go to your doctor and let him and big pharma take you on their own ride of uncertainty and side effects. To me,
that would be an absolute last resort, maybe not an option at all. I’ve read about some of those “possible side effects”
and those are possibles I can’t live with, not by a long shot.
It’s time you start taking depression by the horns, and what I mean by that is a very simple approach. Your brain is so
powerful, you can do anything. You start by putting your mind and your time on the same side working side by side together.
Every action can have a powerful re-action. Right now the action is depression and the re-action is to overcome the
depressed state of mind.
Many things can bring on depression, such as the death of someone close to you or divorce or the stress of losing a job or
even a health issue that prevents you from doing your job. Maybe your child or grandchild just got sent overseas to protect
their country. These are all tough issues. It might be easier to focus on the re-action, overcoming the depressed state of
mind, rather than the action, where the depression originated from.
Learning how to deal with depression is alot easier than trying to reverse some of the problems that may have caused it.
Most of these problems are most likely out of your control anyway, so why stress over them. Sometimes it’s as simple as
a personal “time-out” to clear your head for a few minutes, to re-gain your composure and help cope with that part of your
day. A little quiet time can make all the difference. I know what you’re saying, if it was that easy, nobody would be
depressed. I wish it was that simple. Sometimes all it takes is reading a book, watching TV, or having a hobby to take your
mind off your troubles. This is a short term fix, but that might open the door to really focus on the problem at hand.
There are so many ways to make a difference in your life. Living depressed is not an option. You can make a difference just
by watching the foods you eat. You can also make an impact on your lifestyle by implementing a little exercise, I’m not
talking anything drastic, go walking outside or on a treadmill, or just by riding a stationary bicycle can change your
outcome, little by little, day by day. Start out small. You and your mind are a powerful team.
Thanks again for trusting us here at The Depressing Truth.
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