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Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
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Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
I've always had depression. I have feelings of worthlessness and lethargy, and occasionally sadness. The last few weeks have been worse but that could be due to weather and not being outside enough. I do see a therapist and have for a very long time. The problem is the thoughts of worthless, low self-esteem and lethargy are still there.

Fisto recently posted about frame being everything in pickup. Is it possible to reframe your own thoughts to be more cheerful? And how would you approach this.

CBT or cognitive behavioral therapy does something similarly I have heard. I do have the book Feeling Good which is a intro to it, but haven't read it yet. There is also a website called Mood Gym. I'm going to register today on that. I'd like to hold myself accountable here because I can get lazy with doing things.
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10-23-2013 10:04 AM
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