SerpentinaSolis

550d

My depression symptoms have been at an all time low the past two days. I've been in a haze and unable to get out of bed. Tips on getting back to myself?

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    • Darling_Dutchess

      550d

      Know your feelings are real give yourself grace my therapist suggested to make like a bulletpoint list of things on your mind but only 3-4 words for each thing going in your mind for 3 minutes then stop. I know this next step is truly the hardest; trust me I know; is making yourself get out of bed. Make that the first accomplishment of the day 😊 give yourself credit that’s a HUGE step. And work from there. No matter how small the task even if you try to fool yourself that it’s nothing believe me ITS HUGE be PROUD OF YOURSELF 🫂🫂🫂

    • Rosita

      550d

      Since it’s that bad that you are not getting out of bed, I would definitely talk to someone you can trust and feel comfortable with. Let the sun shine in your room if you have a window,take a shower,wash your face and hands in cold water,put some uplifting music on. I’m here if you need to talk.

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