Kari here are some known symptoms of depression. This image gives a great explanation because depression can be physical, emotional and take affect our thoughts and behaviors.Take a moment to review these symptoms. Do any of these apply to you?
Quick helps for anxiety: 1. Long slow deep breath 2. Realize it's your body's way of telling you, it thinks you might be in danger. (Just thank your body and tell it you're ok.) 3. You learned this reaction in childhood when you were powerless. (You have better coping skills now; remind yourself that.) 4. When the thoughts start spinning, stop them and replace them with positive, powerful thoughts like: I can do this. 5. If you treat anxiety like the enemy, it will...
"Cut Yourself" is a horribly beautiful poem about depression. I know what depression feels like because I suffered through it months into freshman year, which just ended for me. I just wanted to let my Pinterest friends and followers know that I really am here for you an I really honestly know what your going thru. If you need anyone to talk to, I'm always here.
I feel like I've never recognized any of my symptoms as symptoms and neither have those around me and if I bring them up now people won't take me seriously and I won't get any help ;-; whatever life goes on
People think I started getting emotional (angry, sad, hurt etc.) But really its the same way ive felt all my life under different circumstances, its just i dont hide behind a mask anymore and I let my emotions show, I feel free.
Taking time out to relieve emotional and physical stress through regular practice of the Transcendental Meditation® technique is a natural and effective approach to prevent and reduce depression. http://www.tm-women.org/alleviating-depression/