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1. Spend more time with sympathetic friends and relatives.
Talking to others about our feelings helps us to process them, put them into perspective, and obtain advice and support. Don’t be afraid to tell people that you need their time.
2. Don’t bite off more than you can chew.
Try to reduce your levels of stress. Don’t blame yourself for "doing nothing", give yourself the time and space that you need to get better. Just think of it as taking a step back to jump further.
3. Do more of the things you normally enjoy, even if they no longer seem appealing.
Read your favourite book, go shopping or to the cinema, spend time with an old friend—anything that gets you out and takes your mind off negative thoughts.
4. Get out of the house, even if only to buy milk or walk in the park.
Bright daylight, fresh air, and the hustle bustle of everyday life can all be helpful, as can the sights, sounds, and smells of nature.
5. Fight off negative thoughts.
Make a list of all the positive things about yourself and your situation (you may need help with this), keep it in your bag or wallet, and read it to yourself every few hours.
6. Be realistic about your progress.
Once you are on the right track, there are going to be bad days as well as good ones. Bad days that come after one or several good days may seem all the worse for it. Don’t blame yourself for the bad days.
7. Avoid making or acting upon important decisions.
While in the throes of depression, thinking errors are likely to impair your judgement. Check your reasoning with others and consider their advice, especially if you don’t agree with it!
8. Get as much sleep as you can.
A single night’s sleep, or even a nice nap, can make a world of difference to the way you feel.
9. Make an appointment with a health professional.
Enlist the advice and support of your family doctor or a psychiatrist. Maybe ask for counselling and take things from there.
10. Decide whom to call in an emergency should you feel overwhelmed by negative or suicidal thoughts.
This may be a relative or friend, your doctor, or a helpline. Save their contact numbers into your phone so that they are always at hand.
That's all for the thread. We hope this thread will help you to level up your mood when you're feeling down. Stay healthy, happy, and positive. See you on the next LTWC Thread! 💙

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