This blog post by @daniel_l_baker challenges those who suffer (as the author has) to set their goals higher and have a different attitude towards your illness.
This a refreshing look at tackling a mental health struggle from a man in his mid 20's.
He suggests answering these questions with pure honesty, and adjusting your attitude and approach accordingly:
The author runs the 'Depression is not Destiny' program.
By: Danny Baker (@Daniel_L_Baker)
Full Blog Post: Click Here
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"My number one recommendation is you have to find the strategies that work for you and work to make those strategies a habit,"
"Below find seven simple strategies calm people make an effort to integrate into their lives on a daily basis."
1. They focus on finding their center.
2. They express gratitude.
3. They sleep.
4. They socialize.
5. They don't keep it together ALL the time.
6. They use their vacation days.
7. They unplug.
By Lindsay Holmes
Full Article: Click Here
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