• You could take your meds and keep your counseling sessions. Depression can be a terminal disease. Its not something to be taken lightly. But with medication and counseling it can be managed and life can be much better! And you may not have take the meds forever. Sometimes you only need them for a short time, but you need someone from the outside to help you. A professional! Of course you can use positive affirmations to help you feel better and it will also help to remember the things you like doing, and do them again. It can also help to investigate why you feel sad. You should also learn your triggers. Counselors can help you with all this. If you can't afford your meds or doctors you can most likely get help with that. For anyone who wants to know the symptoms of depression here they are:
  • Find an entertaining hobby you can enjoy. Hobbies come with a plethora of physical, mental and health benefits.
  • Stay on those meds my friend! It’s wonderful that you are being proactive with your health and seeking ways to improve your condition naturally. Maybe you could apply Both Jenny Rizzo’s & Linda Joy’s suggestions? A little exercise and productive activity can always help distract us from negative thoughts. It’s a good idea to continue to follow your doctor’s instructions for your condition, so that it doesn’t get worse. You are not alone!!! Satan has very little time left to try to bring us down, he’s working overtime. But our God is stronger than Satan and his demons. God may not eliminate our problems, but He will give us the strength to endure. Stay strong, don’t allow yourself, or anyone else, to make you sad. (2 Tim 3:1-5, Rev 12;12, 1 Cor 10:13)

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