How To Deal With Feelings Of Depression?
A week ago I felt really fown, only yesterday it improved and today began to be depressed again. What should I do so I don’t feel pressured and so on?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sometimes it is difficult to escape from feeling depressed. The demands of work, family, friends, people closest to you, economic, academic problems can all make us depressed and sad. Not only that, other things that we feel unpleasant like traffic jams, noise, hot weather, and bad food taste, can make us feel even more depressed. Even hormones can affect our feelings.
In addressing this, the first step that we must take is introspection, and look for what is the source of our sadness. Not infrequently, someone who feels that he has many problems in his life, actually only has one keyword that raises various other problems. For example, because he was afraid of trying something new, the demands of finding a job or finding a life companion became a pressure on him. As a result, he kept thinking about it and made him not "in the mood" to do anything. Everything seems negative, and things that make the atmosphere worse, such as the crying of a neighbor's child or traffic jams on the street, will make his mind waver.
Then know what is your main barrier. Then talk to yourself. Advise him, that what is the main obstacle, should not be a barrier. We do not know exactly what you are experiencing, but in this world there are too many examples where people with various types of obstacles, both in terms of physical, mental, achievement, economic, household relationship breakage and many more, can still be successful and happy, even inspiring others. Speak positively about yourself. And if necessary, take leave or permission from your busy life for 1-2 days, and do what you like as long as it does not violate the norms and the law. Eat what you want, get enough rest, and ignore all your problems for a moment. Not infrequently, boredom is a simple thing that can greatly disrupt our daily lives.
If you still don't feel better, or even can't find out or find out your real problem, there's no need to worry. Consult your problem with a psychologist and tell your problem one by one in sequence. The presence of a psychologist is indeed proof that mental and mental problems are indeed not easy and cannot always be simplified. So if you have trouble, consult your problem with him, so that there can be a deeper and intense conversation to solve your problem. In addition, don't be too hard on yourself and don't listen when someone downplayes your problem and says that it's a trivial matter. Because things that are considered trivial for someone, can be very important for others. So, hopefully answering your question.