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Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
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RE: Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
(10-23-2013 12:38 PM)kbell Wrote:  I exercise 2 to 3 times a week depending on how the muscles feel and my energy level. I like to do heavy weights in deadlifts, squats and benchpresses. I also do dips, pull ups and chin ups. Some times I do interval training on precors (treadmills always really bothered my ankles, more so than simply running on grass). This does help with mood as well, but the thought process is still off. Its probably a core belief.

I remember reading some books on happiness because I was fascinated about why people were happy while others were not. Probably had something to do with my own problems with depression but still an interesting topic.

I remember a book talking about how people who had things to look forward were generally happier.

After reading that, I realized I was happy and excited when I thought about some of the projects I was working on and how they will work when done.

I think that is why I like business so much. It gets my mind working and the possibilities are endless. Those type of thoughts make me happy and it seems is something that makes most people happy.

Actually, this type of thinking led me to changed my whole view which is why I posted the "Grass is greener" thread.
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