When lUntitled-1ife seems really tough or feels like no one knows you, many young people feel down. It’s ok to feel this way sometimes. If unhappyfeelings and thoughts are stopping you from enjoying life, or makes youfeel that life is not worth living, then it might be helpful talking to someone who can listen and understand your turmoil.

At some point in life sadness touches all our lives, but depression can have huge depth and staying power.It can make you feel like you are constantlyweighed down and can take the fun out of the once-pleasurable actions.
Most important role played in lifting the haze of depression and keeping it at a distance is by getting the support you need. Yes, it can be difficult to sustainviewpoint and make the effort required to defeat depression on your own, but the very characteristic of depression makes it tough to look out for help.

Simple task of getting out of bed can seem like an overwhelming task, let alone exercising, when you’re depressed. But working outor any kind of physical activity can be a powerful tool for handling depression.

Including the way you look at yourself, the circumstances you come across, and your expectations for the future, depression puts a negative spin on all of it.

This pessimistic mind frame cannot be broken by just thinking positive, wishful thinking or by having happy thoughts. Rather, the trick is to swapnegative feelings with more balanced ones.Untitled-2
Including the way you look at yourself, the circumstances you come across, and your expectations for the future, depression puts a negative spin on all of it.

This pessimistic mind frame cannot be broken by just thinking positive, wishful thinking or by having happy thoughts. Rather, the trick is to swapnegative feelings with more balanced ones.

Pick up a pastsport or a hobby you used to love. Express yourself artistically through art, music or writing. Hang out with friends. Take a day trip to the mountains, a museumor the beach.
Even when you don’t feel like it, push yourself to do things. You might be amazed at how much healthier you feel when out in the world. Even if your depression doesn’t vanishinstantly, you’ll progressively feel more positive and energetic as you make time for enjoyable activities.

Pick up a past sport or a hobby you used to love. Express yourself artistically through art, music or writing. Hang out with friends. Take a day trip to the mountains, a museumor the beach.

Even when you don’t feel like it, push yourself to do things. You might be amazed at how much healthier you feel when out in the world. Even if your depression doesn’t vanish instantly, you’ll progressively feel more positive and energetic as you make time for enjoyable activities.