You have to embrace it.
Embrace your sufferings and your depression.
Give yourself TIME, it’s the only way you can get back on track, forcing yourself will bring you nowhere but low and lower.
If you feel like this, I think it may means that, in this moment, you don’t have all the strenght to face life’s challenges.
Let yourself rest for a bit and then, STEP BY STEP (and only step by step), get back at it!!
Don’t rest too much.
Remember: it isn’t strong someone who doesn’t fall, but someone who falls and gets up again.
Whenever you feel sad or unmotivated, you can always look at what you wrote.
The second way is to find someone to talk about it. No matter who it is…
A friend (who you trust) or a family member, you can also have a chat with them!
Is really important for people food is fall into the depression, let Lanie love social network to discuss some small staff and it will make you more realize who you are and what are you looking for.
I know people who in a depression are struggling but I wish you can go through of it.
When quitting bad habits I follow Marie Kondo's advice on decluttering and go all out, when it comes to building good habits I take it gently.
It also helps to tell yourself that it's okay to fail but don't get used to failure.
Hope this helps, you've got this!
You will have to keep doing the same that you did to have a good lifestyle, and focus to get better.
There's nothing else I can do for you, it have to come from you, I will be rooting for you!
To achieve something make a plan and some strict rules so you would be able to accomplish whatever you have set out for yourself and don’t let the bad thoughts take you back to the beginning.
For me, it started with my morning routine. I used to just roll over into my work clothes and head out. First, I started with hydrating as soon as I wake up. Now, I have a nice breakfast and some morning stretches to get me ready for the day. I also added a small to-do list for the day to try and keep me on track in terms of daily goals.
This isn't a race. Take it one step at a time, and you'll get there. You're stronger than you may think. Focus on consistency and improvements, and you'll get where you want to go. Try to aleays be better than you were yesterday, and don't worry about stumbling a time or two. It happens, so dust yourself off and keep it moving forward!
Depression also if your coping a friends style or trying to get attention with all of these then don’t because if you work hard to be something you will have all the attention in the world.
I’d say the first thing you should do is try to improve your mental state – use some of the mental challenges on this app, daily coaching, therapy/counseling if you can.
Once you start getting better mentally, try easing yourself into things: instead of launching yourself into a seven-day hourly workout, start with going on 10-minute walks (otherwise, you’ll experience burnout and lose motivation). After a couple days, increase the duration of your walk. Then, after a week or two (take your time though!), try going for a jog or a run. Then you can progress to workouts and exercising consistently.
After you’ve gotten back into the routine of things, it should be easier to do challenges and go back to what you used to do.
Anyhow, my key takeaway is to ease yourself into the routines and focus on your mental state. Don’t forget to take care of yourself, and if you think you’re pushing too fast, listen to your body.
I believe in you! You’ve got this, my friend :))
I wish you a happy healthy year❤️❤️❤️!!
You can do it! 💓💗💖
I wish you the best of luck!! You can do this, I hope my rambling helped you at least a bit 🙂
See you on the other side!!
And don’t jump 🙂
But slowly and steadily I am taking control of my life, by taking micro habits.
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Imagination has always helped me. It's the one thing that never changed about me, and it never will.
I suggest paying attencion to things that were the same as before and being particular about them.
You need to get into a more positive state of mind to be able to make more changes and you can actieve this by taking tiny steps, by celebrating those steps and by being kind to yourself.
Doing things like the 3 coachings and gratitude practice can also really help. And it doesn't have to be a long gratitude practice either. You can set a timer for 1 minute and in that 1 minute think of things you are grateful for. These can be big or small things. That you are grateful you slept a little better, that the sun is shining brightly today, that you have a nice hot cup of tea just the way you like it, that your back hurts a little less today, that you were able to brush your teeth today, that you have lovely friends/family/a pet. That you are grateful strawberries and dolphins exist, etc. It can be absolutely anything.
Celebrate all the small steps you take. Brushed your hair or teeth? Great job! Did you wash or shower? Great job! Did you just drink a glass of water or a hot cup of unsweetened tea? Great job on hydrating yourself! Celebrate all the good things you do, all the good choices you make and all the healthy and positive steps you take.
When you are at rock bottom, it doesn't matter where you start. All it matters is THAT you start. Just start somewhere. Just anywhere. Take a step and take it from there. You can do it!!!
Do it as a video game.
As you are completing one day shedule your are going in another leve the next day .
And I think may be I am younger than you but all you should know that anyone can teach you an important life lesson.Age is just a number.
You can do anything. Always loblve yourself