Start Recovering today. You’ve found your way to this article. Because you or someone you know has a need to make a positive and lasting change with regard to Major depression. If you’re not familiar with teenage depression, or what it feels and looks like. It can literally suck the life out of a person. In fact, many sufferers feel completely hopeless.
As Illness sets in and takes over their lives.“That’s the thing about depression: A human being can survive almost anything, as long as she sees the end in sight. But depression is so insidious, and it compounds daily, that it’s impossible to ever see the end.” Elizabeth Wurtzel.
That said, it’s not always easy for these teen to start making positive changes. There is no instant gratification from any method available. It requires a lot of strength, immense amounts of energy, both emotional and physical can drain you physically. It requires willpower _which often is not available to a depressed teenagers. Parental & Therapist help and motivation it can be done. So what can you do to start the process of change in your life?
It’s really important to note too that at first you may be working on the symptoms rather than the cause.Do not to forget to work on your depression. That takes some deep diving, so get your oxygen mask and flippers ready. If you’re going to really get your feet wet with this journey. You’re going to have to keep at it listen to motivational videos while walking will keep you focus.
Recovering by Recognize and acknowledge your feelings
I’m not talking about the surface feelings that you feel every day. I’m talking about the emotions and psychological barriers you experience underneath it all. Do you feel intensely lonely? Why? Are you angry and frustrated? Why? Could you just scream for a whole hour and hope that everyone on the planet, heck – the whole galaxy even, hears you? Why? Only you can answer these questions and they’re usually buried very deep in your psyche. Talk to your therapist or someone you trust let it go.
change. There’s an awesome quote from Jim Rohn – “If you don’t like things the way they are, change it, you’re not a tree!” This couldn’t ring truer. Start by changing your inner voice.
That means no more “I can’t” and more “I definitely can”. No more “I wish” and much more of “I’ve got it!” Living with depression doesn’t have to be a jail sentence and as strange as it may seem, it can help you grow emotionally. Remember one thing, depression wants you to think the worst when actually there really is hope, and you absolutely can make your way through this jungle of confusion.