A very important persepective on depression.
For those who live with depression or know someone who does, we’ve heard the message shared time and again about self-love and self-care…
“Remember to exercise, learn to meditate, be mindful, take a bath, stay social, see a therapist, eat well, get lots of sunshine and breathe.”
All excellent and well proven tools to help ease depression. There’s countless articles and research on the value in all that I’ve listed, and I even talk about the significance it’s played in my life in my book,Living with the Dragon.
However, the other night I came across a great article that resonated in me because it came from a different viewpoint on depression. It’s titled “Is Everything you think you know about Depression Wrong?” The article had a different perspective on viewing depression and it made me think deeply about another way to manage it.
One of the many factors that…
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