After 6 Months Of Therapy This Woman Reveals How People Go Crazy After A Tragedy

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11There will be bad thoughts

Bad thoughts and depression are like peanut butter and jelly, they go hand in hand. When you begin your treatment for depression you will start to over-analyze your life and the bad thoughts will increase. You will need to learn to control them and not let them take advantage of you and your situations. Most importantly you cannot make rash decisions.

There will be bad thoughts

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12No one will understand you

This is something you have to understand and accept. Depression isn’t like falling in love or getting a job that everyone will be able to relate to. It is something that very few people will understand and know about. You cannot expect people to just understand everything you’re going through or be sympathetic.

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No one will understand you

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13Realizing who you are

This is the hardest part of being depressed. While in recovery you might realize what type of person you are. This might even be a shock to you as you might have had a different idea about yourself. You might even discover that you have disliked people for wrong reasons all your life and that you need to change.

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Realizing who you are

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14You should have a sense of humor

Having a sense of humor will help you a lot in situations like this. You always need to remember that this is just a disease and it is being treated and you will conquer it. Think of this like a math equation that you need to solve. You should have a sense of humor about this situation that will help you get over it.

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You should have a sense of humor

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15What she learned from this

Over the months of treatment, Katya learnt one important thing; the treatment was the right option. She does not regret it and in fact thanks the psychotherapist for helping her get out of a bad spot in her life. She recommends that people who are suffering should visit a specialist and get treated instead of trying to deal with it on their own.

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What she learned from this

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