Find your purpose in life and overcome depression permanently

You can try fighting clinical depression as much as you want, and might even succeed at it temporarily. However, if you do not have a firm goal or purpose to continue living, then it’s almost inevitable that you will succumb to the disorder again.

Drifting about in life without purpose is one of the most common causes of clinical depression. If you find yourself adrift, if you find yourself wondering why people around you seem to be able to find a purpose strong enough to motivate them every day, even if their purpose seems superficial to you, stop focusing on those negative thoughts and start focusing on setting a positive goal or purpose for yourself.

You might have reasons for viewing society, or life in general, differently than others. You might strongly believe you are right. Perhaps you encountered a rude awakening to “reality” from the perceived falsehood of your previous way of life or your thinking, and now feel completely disconnected from the community you once engaged with actively. However, resentment towards society at large can, without a doubt, lead to severe depressed emotions and feelings. Perhaps your purpose could be to awaken society to your different viewpoints. This will not happen easily, but again, having a goal to focus on is much better when trying to overcome depressive disorders without directly seeking help, rather than just wandering aimlessly.

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Fighting depression

Learning how to fight depression can be a difficult task as depression makes it difficult for you to go about your day to day tasks. Depression can be spotted through a change in sleeping patterns, lack of motivation, crying for no reason or even a change in eating habits. You may be sleeping for too long or too little, or you could be gouging on comfort food while some lose their appetites altogether. All of it varies from person to person.

If you put your mind to it, figuring out ways of how to fight depression can be fairly easy if you know what you have to do and don’t depend on the aid of pills. The first thing you should do is identify why you’re feeling depressed to start off with. Moods don’t just come out of nowhere; there’s always a reason. Keep a mood diary to see what triggers which moods so that you that you can identify your stress triggers. Don’t dwell on them but talk about them with someone your trust. Talking is the best way to let go of your feelings and feel relief. If you think that there isn’t anyone you can trust, then write down everything in a journal to get it out of your system. Once these thoughts and feelings are out, do something positive. Turn your attention to friends. They would love to know if they’re anything they can do to help you feel better. Continue reading