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Always talked about it... and dont helped at all, just maked it even worse.
Stalker Stalker 30.08.201600:07 response link 0.1
I'm not certain I've ever suffered true depression, at least not on the level of clinical depression. I have, however, had a couple breakdowns in my life, mainly in my teenage years.

I was sobbing uncontrollably, and every time I thought about how I was sobbing uncontrollably, I was so humiliated by it that I continued to sob uncontrollably. I couldn't break out that cycle until I forced myself to think about other things that I enjoyed and made me happy.

There are people who would insist that a person can't control what they feel, or think. That is not only false, but a dangerous belief. If you don't control your own feelings, you will ever be at the mercy of other people who will control them for you, and almost never will they have your happiness as their primary motivation. That being said, controlling what you think and feel is not easy, nor is it innate. It's something you must learn and master, and it will take time to do so, especially if you have a lifetime of habits of helplessness to unlearn.

When life pisses on you, for some reason, most people's first instinct is to sit down in the puddle and soak it up for a while. The more experienced know it's best to move immediately rather than to stand there waiting for the stream to finish. The dryest of us barely stop moving ever.
Hinoron Hinoron 30.08.201621:05 response link 0.0
What i'm woried about is not the feelness itself, but the problem that caused it, for make an example... if someone is depressed because lost both the legs, he can change their feeling controling it, but this don't change the problem itself, he can't run just because he change him feeling.
Stalker Stalker 31.08.201600:23 response link 0.0
No, of course not, but while he lays there in his hospital bed with freshly bandaged stumps, he can choose to either imagine himself never running again, watching the race from the sidelines in his wheelchair, glowering at the runners on the track... or he can choose to imagine himself hurling his wheelchair down the track, and winning gold at the Paralympics.

Focus on the closed doors, or move straight for an open one. They feel very different, emotionally.
Hinoron Hinoron 27.12.201709:29 response link 0.0
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