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Q: This isn’t really relationship-related, but any tips for getting outside when you’re depressed? Try not to worry about big questions like what you “should” be doing—what you should be doing is taking care of yourself, and healing, and that doesn’t always look like what we expect it to. Whenever you do one of the following things, draw a star on it.
It feels exhausting to take a shower, let alone go hiking, but I know I should do it because it would help me. Sometimes the only thing to do when you’re depressed is to focus on the next minute, the next hour. Don’t let the pressure of possibility discourage you from accomplishing small good things. When you have 12 stars, write to me and tell me you did it.
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If that’s too stressful, your best bet is to let it go.
But since you know he’s grossed out by the rag, you can help by keeping it relatively discreet. Q: We bought a very expensive canoe together, and now we’re breaking up. —Up the Creek One of you should buy the other person out.
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'I had no appetite, my hands kept shaking, I kept getting waves of panic,' she said. If you have trouble getting there, ask a friend to help. Find a place near your home where you feel comfortable outdoors. Bring what you need to stay there for a couple hours—something to eat and drink, sunscreen, a sweater—and hang out for as long (or short) a time as you want to. Go there two days in a row, even if you only stay for a few minutes. While you’re there, describe your surroundings out loud. Go to your doctor if you haven’t recently or if your mood has changed. BIPOLAR & MEDICATION People have different reasons for going off bipolar medications, even though “noncompliance” throws treatment off track.
Depression of some kind darkens the door of most Christians.Readers will gain insight into the physical side of depression and spiritual darkness, what it means to wait on the Lord in a time of darkness, how unconfessed sin can clog our joy, and how to minister to others who are living without light.