Coping with Depression
"Do you want to shift energetic patterns that keep perfectionism, low self esteem and depressive habits in place?"
Dr. Ulla Sebastian; Visioform.com
Depression is more than that sense of feeling "down" or discouraged at times when things are not going well. Depression involves sadness, pessimism, a preoccupation with personal problems, and perhaps self-pity, anguish, crying, and hopelessness.
Symptoms of depression can range from mild versions such as temporary withdrawal, low energy, tiredness and sleeping problems over moderate forms such as feelings of inadequacy or worthlessness, decreased productivity, poor concentration or poor appetite to severe symptoms of recurrent thoughts of death or suicide.
There are many reasons why you might feel depressed. You may undergo major life changes such as divorce, separation, loss of a job, retirement or moving town. Or you may feel unhappy about your marital situation or fear physical and mental problems of old age.
Depression may also occur without any outer trigger. Perfectionism, low self worth, mood swings, dissatisfaction with life, the chronic use of alcohol or other drugs or even prescribed medications may lead to depression.
You can use exercises to increase the energy level which has a major impact in coping with depression
You can learn to control your thoughts and feelings and replace the typical negative thought habits that focus on problems and faults with a realistic appraisal of the small successes and joys of life that we all experience no matter how challenging the conditions may be.
You may explore new activities and interests that give you satisfaction, help you to feel good about yourself, and keep the mind off problems and negative thoughts and emotions. On top of it, they open the door to meet like minded people, improve conversation skills and help in making and keeping friends.
You can replace bad habits of blaming, criticising and expecting the worst through assertiveness skills, good problem-solving skills, positive thinking and humour.
I offer books, free articles and a free course with suggestions of how you can cope with depression. Just click the link at the end of this page to get there.
Does coping with depression feel like a task too big to even start the journey?
This deep-rooted resistance to overcome depression has to do with the underlying energetic structure that keep depressive thought forms, habits and feelings in place. For basic shifts to happen the body-mind-system needs rewiring so that new options become available in order to successfully cope with depression.
If you need professional support for coping with depression, I offer life coaching and distance courses for a self empowered, healthy and fulfilled life.
With this work, I am delighted to share forty years of research and a lifelong experience of selfgrowth and transformation with you to assist you in coping with depression faster, less painful and more effective.
And even better: as this model works with the energetic processes of wave patterns, it can be done long distance so that you can benefit from it by sitting comfortably at home and pace the process according to your needs.
During the course, you have a community of peers in the form of a forum and chat with whom you can share your questions, goals and results to deepen and enrich your experience
The benefits of these courses for you will be to:
Please note that if you suffer from severe symptoms of depression, these courses will not suffice. You do need to see a professional counsellor or therapist in person.
For information on free courses and to receive information on distance courses, workshops and other support available from Visioform, please sign-up below:
Recommended Books and Programs
In this section you will find practical ebooks and programs that offer further assistance to empower your life and to overcome specific problems.
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