Just a little depression things I learned:
1 Be nice and be careful with yourself and others.
2 Pray without ceasing, to maintain constant contact with God.
3 Stay connected and be honest with people you trust.
4 Develop and maintain meaningful relationships.
5 Hit the acquisition of virtue. Growth of characters is the best strategy to promote positive resilience.
6 Tomorrow will be different. No matter how it was today. Tomorrow will be really different.
7 often ask, “How important is [this issue], really?“
8 To be at peace with people and with life, it’s yours.
9 enjoy moments of lightness and laughter.
10 Whatever it may be for others. Our goals in life are versatile and wide. But do not attract unnecessary pressure.
11 Do not worry about what others think of you in relation to mental illness, but also try to understand and accept their views for what they are.
Esperanza 12 return, as will to power, sparks and enthusiasm.
13 This, too, shall pass. The days of terror will.
14 Try not to compare yourself with other people who seem to “have it all together.” No one has it all together. Anyone who thinks that this has yet to learn.
It depressed 15 days; this does not automatically mean it is depression.
16 Everyone experiences pain; Pain is not a mental illness. But we often experience depression to pain. They come and go. The heaviest punishment lasts months, not years.
17 Hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Be prepared to accept what can not be changed.
18 show grace to those who seem insensitive. Probably they are not aware or do not understand. They can be forgiven. They can not see what they can see.
19 Try to learn to say goodbye to things that are no longer useful. We seem to lose more, but better things ahead. This includes the release of difficult relations.
20 Accept that you are the best and you can do on any given day.
21 smile at yourself in the mirror. Be honest with yourself in the mirror. Look at you.
22 Planning a beautiful day. Plan to have a good weekend with activities that connect you with joy, hope and peace.
23 Read about mental illness. Become a student of healthy spirituality, and how to foster a head strong and stable heart.
Depression is a learning opportunity. As such, it is healthy to see depression as a life experience. Depression as a catalyst for healing, makes us kinder people, more compassion.
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