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How To Overcome Feelings Of Depression – You Are The World’s Greatest

Hi everyone

Whilst being redundant, depression can rear it’s ugly head.

One of the ways of overcoming feelings of depression, is to lift your mood by changing your state of being. You can do this through:

  • Movement – Such as dancing or playing sport
  • Looking – Watching an action movie
  • Listening – To music
  • Touching – Stroking a pet

All of these should distract your mind and take your focus off your unwanted thoughts.

Depression is a state of mind that manifests itself into your state of being. Your being responds by harvesting unhappy emotions, feelings and thoughts. You need to pinpoint the cause of your depression and literally cut back on it or cut it out completely from your life. Metaphorically speaking – It is like mould that attacks fruit, once it gets hold, it will continue to spread.  You can either cut it out and eat the rest, which may still be infected, or you can throw it away for good and never go near it again. Obviously you would never physically cut yourself, as that is wrong and not what I am saying.

Along with changing your state of being, you need to increase your self-confidence and self-esteem. You need to counteract all of the negative comments from others and from yourself, by speaking only positive words to yourself, over and over again. You must ban yourself from using any negative words.

You need to view obstacles as challenges and be blessed for what you have.

Always tell yourself – You are the world’s greatest.

Stay positive

Sandra Bellamy

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4 thoughts on “How To Overcome Feelings Of Depression – You Are The World’s Greatest”

  1. Hi Sandra, just catching up with you again, have been in hospital so out of the blogosphere for a while. Am enjoying reading all your recent posts from my folks’ home in North Wales. Will be in touch again soon. Best wishes, Louise

    1. Hi Louise, I am so sorry to hear that you have been in hospital. I hope you feel better very soon. It’s not good that you are poorly but I am glad you are being looked after. As I live in Exeter in Devon, there is a rail link to Wales and if you were there for a while and weren’t poorly, I could have met up with you on a day off from work. Maybe another time when you are feeling better?

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