On Monday a friend asked me how my weekend had been. The truth was that I had been depressed for most of the weekend: So the weekend seemed long, empty, and dark. When I began describing my weekend in terms that reflected how bad it felt, I found that my sadness deepened. Note to self: telling stories about sadness can sometimes make it worse! What are you telling yourself today that might be making you sad, lowering your energy, etc?
By India Court MacWeeney
The Most Important Relationship
Difficulties and challenges with relationships in our lives can often have a significant impact on our mood and sometimes can contribute to feelings of depression. Whilst these relationships are very important to our wellbeing, the most important relationship in our lives often gets overlooked: the relationship we have with ourselves.
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