Life is Fab, Goodbye Depression!


Alike your physical health, your mental health also needs attentiveness as more than 264 million people around the globe suffer from depression. Depression is often regarded as a taboo to talk about as it is the normal people who oftentimes mock and label it as a mental disorder.

One might feel superior after bullying, defaming, nagging, pressurizing, denouncing, befouling, misguiding, and constantly altercating a person but it can apparently contribute to depression.

Depression is a silent killer which results from a complex interaction of psychological, biological, and social factors. It is noteworthy to mention that mental health and physical health are interdependent. If one is mentally exhausted, it will lead to a physical malady.

The other factors that cause depression include major life events like flunking exams, losing a job or income, failed relationship/marriage, grief from the loss of a loved one, (physical, mental, sexual & emotional) abuse which provokes mood fluctuations, defiant behavior, vocal outbursts, sobbing, low energy, difficulty in concentration, isolation, sleeping & appetite disorders, fatigue, anxiety, and irritability.

Aw, Depression- let’s conquest it!

We often say that life is unfair and full of challenges,but one should never complain about the difficulties inlife because the director (God) always gives the hardest roles to his best Actors. We need to accept the fact that unfairness is part and parcel of life as it would give us the maturity to live our life wisely, instead of playing the victim card.

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The society we live in is very villainous, dodgy, phoney, derogatory, imperious and nasty where the survival of a benignant is just like the survival of the fittest. Learn to be kind to yourself and look at the bright side of life.

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It is easier said than done but it is true that nothing lasts forever. The cycle of life will bring you to the utmost happiness and sorrows which will keep on rotating, but you need to learn to be calm and abandon all attachment to the results of an action to attain supreme peace.

Everything in your life has happened for a reason and you have to live through the worst days so that you don’t take the best parts for granted. There is no need for you to fit in the society- be yourself and live independently according to your own standards and code of honor.

The reason why the dead people receive more flowers than the living ones is because regret is more powerful than gratitude. You should learn to live in harmony with yourself and the people around you so as to create a magical memory. Everything in your life is temporary: thoughts, emotions, people, the cycle of happiness-sorrow-success-failure, materialistic pleasures- so don’t get carried away and go with the flow.

Bad thoughts are attention seekers so try to ignore them. Share your story with the one you trust the most. Do what you love even if it is childish or crazy. Realize the fact that the life is short so enjoy every moment of it.

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You were not born to live a depressing life- you are precious, you are loved, your existence matter! Good or bad, nothing lasts forever. Today it rained but tomorrow it will shine. You will heal with time. When life will give you a hundred reasons to cry, show life that you have zillion reasons to smile. In the midst of chaos, there always lies a beauty $?:

Cheer every moment, love without limits, laugh often, enjoy deeply, sing out loud, dance uncontrollably, pose stupidly, dream big, discover new hobbies, share your blessings, play hard, practice daily, try always, give without expectations, work hard, meditate sincerely, help endlessly, SPEAK gently, relax well, ignore quickly, forgive more, forget past, live in the present, worry less about the future, avoid procrastination, learn from your mistakes, be happy, think positively, stay strong, stop comparing, kill jealousy, respect everyone, have faith, remain loyal, build character, get in a routine, rejoice in nature, express gratitude, avoid over-thinking, accept the reality, keep shining, take chances, be like a kid (again).

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