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Sia1992 Sia1992 18-21, F 15 Answers Nov 9, 2012 in Parenting & Family

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i would watch funny vids on YT or else i would cry for no reason...another option i would do is yoga..

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Depression is serious. If you feel like that for more than a week go see a Doctor.

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watch funny videos on YT

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go for shopping

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Hmm. Lights, music, ACTION. Lol.<br />
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Turn on lots of lights or get some sun.<br />
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Play your favorite music.<br />
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Accomplish something. Start as small as you have to. Just so you have SOMETHING to congratulate yourself for.<br />
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Once your energy level picks up a little do something to get your heart rate up. A brisk walk maybe.<br />
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Eat something yummy. Hang with some friends. Be nice to yourself. <br />
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That's it. That's all I got. Lol. ;)

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Exercise has a better result than antidepressant drugs and doesn't kill your libido.<br />
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Walk.<br />
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And get outside to avoid seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression, winter blues, summer depression, summer blues, or seasonal depression. SAD is a mood disorder in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year experience depressive symptoms in the winter or summer, spring or autumn year after year.

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Go out somewhere with frineds ???

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I work out, meditate, write about how I feel, find friends to hang out with, call someone I haven't talked to in a long time, go somewhere I've never been before, watch a favorite movie, take a nice hot bath, treat myself to new clothes/cds/dvds etc. I pet kitties, I clean my house, do the laundry. Basically anything healthy, fun or good for you might help.

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book a holiday it can shakes of the blues for up to 4 months so you average the cost out its very reasonable

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Talk to me or any friend you believe.... *hug*

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