Step back and self-reflect. Whenever you start feeling depressed try to stop, reflect, and get to the root of your feelings. . Reach out to someone. I used to bottle up my feelings out of fear that I would be judged if I talked about them. I’ve since learned that reaching out to a loving, understanding person is one of the best things I can do. . Listen to music. Music can heal, put you in a better mood, make you feel less alone, or take you on a mental journey. . Cuddle or play with pets. Spending quality time with a loving pet can instantly make your heart and soul feel better. . Go for a walk. Walking always helps me clear my head and shed negative energy. It’s especially therapeutic if you choose to walk at a scenic location. . Write, It always helps me get my thoughts and feelings out in front of me. or Colour , adult colouring is very therapeutic. . Take a nap. Sometimes we just need to recharge. I always feel better after getting some rest. . Plan a fun activity. Moping around never helps me feel any better, so it usually helps to plan something fun to do if I’m feeling up to it. It can be something as simple as creating your own vision board or something as big as planning a trip to boost your mood Try a deep breathing exercise. There are all kinds of deep breathing exercises out there. Find one you like and do it whenever you’re feeling stressed or overly emotional. . Cultivate gratitude. Practicing genuine gratitude on a daily basis has been a major source of healing in my life. When I step back and notice everything I have to be grateful for, it makes me feel like I have everything I need and that nothing is lacking. It makes me feel whole.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR : Jane Donnelly
Jane has a diploma in Psychology, Counselling and Therapy, is a Reiki Master, a Spirit Medium And Angel Therapist and loves helping and healing others .