I have lived with depression most of my life. From my early 20's to my 60's. Been there, done that, have the T-Shirt. One think I can say from experience is......"This too shall pass." It will get better. The following site has some good advise that should help........http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/stop-feeling-depressed/
Just keep moving forward even when it doesn't seem you are making much progress. Someday it will pay off. Inaction is not the answer.......................
Know that the situation is temporary and more good times are on the way. Just keep the faith sweetie.
Quite often it is our past that makes us depressed - not what the future holds. Time to live for today instead of yesterday :)
Do these four things:
1. Start exercising every day, even if it's only a little, like a 10 minute walk.
2. See a good doctor or psychiatrist and get some meds; you need something to help you out while you are figuring out how to overcome your depression.
3. Read: How To Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie. This fine old book, written over half a century ago, is an easy and fun read and gives some terrific tips for reordering your thinking toward more positive ideas.
4. See a counselor or talk to someone older and wiser about what bothers you in the past; then make a firm decision to resolve this in your own mind so you can live with it more comfortably.
when you have a flat tire, they find the leak, and they do what it takes to fix said leak, but the leak will never be found or fixed if the one with the leak wallows in selfpity and selfloathing, first things first, a person has to get off their *** and put one foot in front of the other and make an effort, it's that simple
Start thinking of the positive, writing about what's great in your life and what's great about you.
Accept your past the only way
some people write their past to accept it which is helpfull
one day at a time