Getting Over Depression

June 20, 2015

 

 

Robin Williams was an inspirational to all of us. He made us laugh when we needed it the most, he made us forget our problems when they were the only things haunting us. But just like the rest of us, he suffered from depression. We all go through it, and we all have gotten over it at some point. I thought that maybe my personal journey could help other’s.

 

Depression can often leave you feeling crippled with no desire to do anything. The first thing you have to realize is that you need to change something in your life for the better. No one else will change it for you, and the best way to start is to stop reading this and go change something. My change was I went to the store and bought a pull-up bar. That was my easy change. I had to sell something to get it, but I still got it. So, go change something, don’t worry, I’ll wait……
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Good!

Now, focus on that change. That’s step one! Do that for a few days, or even a couple of weeks. I found that some form of home work out equipment helps because you can immediately feel results and it gets your heart pumping. It was the best change I made.

This advice will work for you, this is assuming that you have a source of income that barely covers all of your bills. This will be my attempts at helping with self-confidence, which is where I believe depression gets it’s strength. The less self-confidence, the more room depression has to invade.