Today’s topic will be keeping positive through a time that is usually depressive for millions of Americans. It will focus on three articles based of the website Psychotronics. Please share with those you think it may help.
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2. Express gratitude for everything good in your life.
It’s very important to realize the power of being grateful for what you have. Typically, it’s very easy to focus on what is going wrong instead of what is going right. Research shows, again and again, that people who practice gratitude on a daily basis are healthier, happier, and more effective.
3. Help them help themselves.
Show them that there are a wealth of options for people suffering from depression, from support groups to psychiatrists to counselors. Do some specific research make a list of phone numbers, email addresses, websites. With depression comes a serious lack of motivation, so make it as easy as possible for your loved one to seek help.