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  1. Deanna Herrmann

    Such true words! The negative self-talk is so destructive but it’s even harder to escape.

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  2. I know every word of this in my bones. This is not a solution, but something that has benefitted me in dark times and light: the book “Exercise for Mood and Anxiety.” The part that most enlightened and helped me was not about exercise (I am active, but I definitely don’t work out), but about the way we think. It really opened my eyes to the power of my mind and thoughts, whether or not I manage to put the revelations and lessons into practice.
    Thank you for sharing about this very familiar feeling. Depression, most cruelly, is so very isolating.

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  3. Hang in there. Having dealt with depression myself in the past, I know all too well what you’re talking about. Keep fighting the good fight, things will get better, they always do. **hugs**

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  4. It took me many years to be able to identify what’s the depression and what’s not. It can still be difficult at times, but having people to reach out to is helpful. And the ease of communication these days, thanks to technology.

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