Coping up to depression and disappointments

Friday, November 08, 2013

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Hey Girl!

1. Cry it out. Most of the time we don't want people to see us cry but crying really helps to lighten the loads of baggage in our mind. Crying is something that naturally happen in compensation of our body so we need help ourselves and let it cry.

2. Silence. Although it is always believe that we should have someone to talk with our problem. We could also cope up within ourselves we could do it through ways we could release it like writing. I personally do this personally do this whenever I feel depress and no one I could release.

3. Find inspiration. It is the motivation part where we actually try to forget our worries and let it go. We find something positive may it be on things,person or hobby. This is to divert attention to positive vibes. In this part, you will realize that life is a lot beautiful than it is difficult.

4. Breathe. You will probably wanted to kill yourself of depression but all you need is a deep breath in and slowly release it out and it feels like everything's gonna be alright.

5. Rest. After the exhaustion that depression gives you. you have to rest your body and mind. This way you will restore your energy and have a peace of mind. In this, you are ready to face another fruitful journey life brings you.

This is what I learned when I got to
It touches me up to the bones. I feel every words was for me. I was a little depressed and disappointed right now. I need this and I hope it helps and lighten up you too.

1.  Don’t be surprised about the disappointment that you’re facing.  Don’t be upset at yourself for the depression you may be feeling. (I Peter 4:12)

2.  Get back into a prayer routine.  Seek out God and try to understand how He can bring something beautiful from the disappointment.  Look for the breath of fresh air He can give you in the middle of your depression. (I Thessalonians 5:16-18)

3.  Look for God’s redirection.  You’re still alive.  Life is moving forward, and even though it may not seem worth it, God has something special for you to do.  Continue to push forward, through the disappointment and possible depression and look for what God has next. (Psalm 32:8)

4.  Be careful who you surround yourself with.  Some people ooze negativity without even noticing it.  Take an inventory of who’s around you.  Are they helping you redirection?  Are they helping you wallow in your disappointment?  Surround yourself with people who can help you get back on track. (Psalm 1:1-3)

5.  Remember, the only constant in life is God.  You've heard it before, the only thing that stays the same is change.  Life is constantly changing, but God is always the same. (James 1:17, Psalm 102:27)

Let's talk again on my next blog.
Yes, YOU lovely gorgeous.

Love yourself because you are beautiful.

Hugs and Kisses,
Princess Mikee 

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