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Monday, November 30, 2009

Coping With Depression - Part 1

By Payo W Perry
Depression is a condition which robs you of hope for life and the will to fight so it's little wonder that it can be so hard to take the necessary steps required to pull yourself out of it. The most important thing to realize is that depression is hard to overcome but certainly not impossible. Trying to stand toe to toe with depression and beat it through willpower rarely works, instead the right approach is to fight one little battle at a time and build your success in small steps each day. It takes time but this approach does work and it's especially good if you can call on the support of others around you.
One thing is certain about recovering from depression, it takes action. But action requires energy and when you're depressed that feels like the hardest thing in the world to do, in fact, it feels like the exact opposite of what you want to do. Finding the will to take action is a most important first step to pulling yourself out of your situation. It's kind of a vicious circle in that what can most help you is also what you least want to do.
The key to starting is to do aim for very small things, tiny goals that are achievable today. Write them down and keep a diary of your progress so you can have a written document to look back on when you need to. It's by tiny successes which are achievable each day that most people are able to succeed in pulling themselves out of depression. One thing is for sure, small things add up over time and you'll be quite surprised by the progress you're able to make with this approach. This is how others have succeeded and it's how you will succeed too.
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