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DEPRESSION AND LONELINESS OFTEN GO HAND IN HAND

Sylvia Marina - Monday, February 24, 2014

DEPRESSION AND LONELINESS OFTEN GO HAND IN HAND .... written by Sylvia Marina

In a world of many choices, through my profession I meet prominent people who live in the misery of poverty. From an outside observer their lives are filled with mystery and greatness, trinkets and chocolates.

Not gender specific, most have intimate relationship and family.
Too many are crying on the inside with loneliness and feelings of emptiness.

Riches does not bring happiness and neither does poverty.

Take a moment and find a mirror. Take a long look at the face staring at you in the mirror.
Is this image reflecting love and adoration, passion, belief and certainty?

The most terrible poverty is loneliness and the feeling of being unloved. ~ Mother Teresa

Depression and loneliness often go hand in hand, and have the impetus to create a negative downward spiral.  The following tips may help you or someone you know.

Depression and loneliness can be the result of a number of effects.
This suggests that any number of steps may relieve it.

  • Being open to doing something new may not make any sense but recognise that this is a major step conducive to lifting depression.
  • Engage yourself in volunteering helps you to count your blessings.
  • Dietary choices can provide helpful clues. Many have noticed avoiding sugars and white carbohydrates have made a significant improvement to their energy and lifestyle.
  • Get some sunlight. SAD seasonally affected disorder can happen by being indoors too often. If concerned have your doctor check your vitamin D levels.
  • Increase your daily exercise by ten to twenty minutes. Do something different, walk a different pathway.
  • Observe you lifestyle patterns. People who are lonely find it easy to fixate and become obsessed to things they can accumulate.

Laughter releases happy hormones called endorphins. Choose light hearted films and music to sing along.

There was a time when you would hear people whistling happy tunes, I don’t hear it happening in my neighbourhood. I’ll share a secret! Every now and then I have a burst of whistle happiness – just b’cos I can!

Stop pretending. If you are feeling happy let it happen. If you are feeling lonely, perhaps not depressed, just lonely, or maybe lonely and depressed, seek help. Don’t brood and leave it for later. It’s much easier to change now.

© Sylvia Marina ND.,
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