Don't let depression get in the way of the life you want to live!
Many people experience depression on a daily basis. The hard part is learning to move forward with life while you're getting help for the symptoms of depression. Getting up and getting moving can seem like an insurmountable chore. You know you need to be productive, but your brain just won't cooperate. Anxiety and focus problems that are common with depression can also affect your productivity. Getting things done when you're depressed isn't about making a choice to feel better, it's about strategies that help you bypass and overcome the depression symptoms, ADD-like symptoms, and worry and fear that often control your ability to live the life you want.
Getting It Done When You're Depressed, 2E offers 50 strategies to break the lack of productivity cycle that so often accompanies depression. These strategies are practical and applicable for anyone of any age trying to lead a life of productivity, regardless of the mood.
In this revised edition, you'll find these strategies and more:
Feel the depression--and do it anyway.
Wait until your work is done to judge your work.
Know when your brain is lying to you.
Think like an athlete
The second edition also offers useful strategies on how to manage social media when the depression is raging and scripts you can use to talk to the people in your life about depression.
It's possible to come out from under your depression brain fog, create a daily structure, and feel great about yourself and your abilities again! Getting it Done When You're Depressed shows you how.