Forgive yourself. Be brave enough to be compassionate with yourself. Stop criticizing yourself, blaming yourself and thinking about what would have happened if you acted differently ... why are you treating yourself so badly? Do you really believe that you will move forward if you treat yourself this way? Do you think that punishing yourself is the answer to your mistakes? An error is only the result of a failed attempt, which does not necessarily mean that the original goal can not be achieved.
"I'm not afraid of anything special, but in fact I'm afraid of everything," says the one who experiences unfounded anxiety. It is the uncertainty that lurks in the shadows and sets a trap that takes your breath away and the will to leave the house. As if you were in solitary confinement, in a room without windows. As if you are in a spiral of sorrow, in a suffocating tangle of despair. Unfounded fear is as if there is a momentous moment in your existence in which you wake up and open your eyes t
We are a society in which suffering is still a silent companion. We take pills to numb the pain of life, do something about our high cholesterol and the low level of motivation we have while being asked, "What is your motivation doing today?" As if depression were just a cold or an infection that could be treated with antibiotics. Read more....
Those looking for self-help during a depression will quickly be overwhelmed with all sorts of tips and methods that somehow make sense, but are difficult for a person affected to implement. "Doing sports" helps - everyone knows that - but who suffers from depression-driven listlessness and can hardly motivate to go to work, will not do anything with this tip. On the contrary, such tips can even reinforce the feeling of "not even getting it" or "doing no good". That's why I'd like to give you a l