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    Birthday:
    Dec 17, 1971 (Age: 46)
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    If you're suffering from depression, you would probably do just about anything to be genuinely happy again. This is something that seems almost impossible when you're depressed,
    but if you follow the tips laid out in this article,
    you can do just like that old song says ,
    "Come on, get happy!"

    It is wise for those who suffer from depression to find a hobby.
    By getting involved in a sport or other activity, you will help to
    keep your mind off of the negative feelings you may have.
    Try to get a friend or family member to join you in this activity.


    If you are depressed, you should try to work on something
    productive for at least 30-60 minutes per day. Doing absolutely nothing all day can cause a vicious cycle where
    you not only have your "base" depression symptoms, but also depression because you are unable
    to get anything done.

    Depression is the kind of thing that can really cause you
    to be unable to remove yourself from the cycle. If you find this
    happening with you try to change your routine. This can be
    something as simple as a new lunch place or as drastic
    as changing jobs or cities.

    Try to get some sunlight in your day, each and every day.
    Avoiding sunlight could increase the symptoms of depression.


    Work on creating a positive and uplifting social life.
    Try hard to be more positive and show warmth to your friends and in social situations.
    Take an interest in them and work on developing and sharing the same interests and activities.
    Inform your friends and family that you want to be more positive and be more involved in their lives, as opposed
    to dwelling in your own depression.

    If you suffer from depression, you should take time out to focus
    on your past accomplishments. After failures and life setbacks, it is easy to forget all of
    the positive things that you have achieved in your life.
    Focus on your strengths and build yourself up by remembering these past successes.


    If you have begun taking medication for depression, do not be alarmed if you do not feel better right
    away. In fact, you may even feel worse when your medication does not work because you are nervous.

    Most anti-depressants take at least three weeks to settle into your system and help your symptoms.


    If depression is the only company you keep, you will keep yourself depressed!
    As hard as it may be to face the world or anyone
    in it when you are feeling depressed, seeing a friend or family member may
    be the best remedy. Even if it's just to take your mind off of your troubles temporarily, you will find the company of others can go a long way in making you feel better!

    An important tip for dealing with stress is to expose yourself to new experiences. This is a healthy way to open yourself to possible new ways to cope as well as meet new people. A change of scenery can sometime be all that it takes to feel better.

    Being alone is not the solution to beating depression. Many people feel like being by themselves when they are depressed, which just gives them the time to sit and dwell on negative things. If you do not feel like being around a large crowd, have your best friend come over to watch a movie.

    Eat healthy meals at least three times a day. Sometimes poor nutrition can exacerbate depression. Treat your body with respect and eat healthy foods even if you do not feel hungry. Try to eat at the same times of day so that your natural cycles will be in sync.

    Go green to treat depression. There are many toxic chemicals in the normal food supply. Some of these chemicals can affect your body, as well as your brain chemistry. An easy way to eliminate these potential chemical toxins is to buy organic fresh foods. Organic offerings are now widely available in the marketplace.

    Refrain from seeking to be perfect. No one is perfect, regardless of the image they portray or the feelings they give off. Even with all the confidence in the world, perfection is a word for the Gods and you should always remember that you will have flaws, but it is these flaws that make you unique.

    Don't swim in negative or depressed thoughts.
    For some reason, when feeling depressed, some people want to wallow in it and deepen
    their depression by engaging in behavior such as listening to melancholy music, staying in bed all day,
    drinking all night, or having meaningless sex. Recognize these behaviors
    for what they are. These behaviors are forms of self-punishment or taking your anger out
    on yourself. You deserve much better, so try to pull yourself out of depression by treating yourself with love,
    instead of anger.

    A great tip that can help you get out of your depression is to start forgiving people who have wronged you.

    Carrying around grudges and ill will only fuels negativity.
    Learn to let it all go and move on. You might find yourself feeling better in no time.


    Practice allowing your feelings to just be. Many times, we
    feel depressed because feelings are stuck inside, jammed down somewhere because we don't want to deal with them. This is an unconscious response for many people. If you find yourself doing this, accept it and don't beat
    yourself up. Treat all of your feelings as if they were people.
    Allow them to exist, hear what they have to say, give them a "mental hug" and you will
    be surprised at how acknowledging your feelings allows them to dissipate.


    Understand that depression exists in many cultures around the world.
    In Japan, they call some depressed or socially anxious individuals hikkikimori,
    which are individuals who live entirely at home usually only interacting with a few family members.
    The rise in the amount of people who close themselves off from society is on the rise as the
    world becomes increasingly more metropolitan.


    As was mentioned in the beginning of this article, depression is painful and can be absolutely devastating.

    In order to deal with the disease, it is important for
    people living with depression to study and learn as much as possible about the
    most effective treatment strategies. Apply the advice from this article and you will be on your way
    to ridding yourself of your pain.

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