Monday, August 3, 2009

Take Advantage of Your Good Days

Even in the grips of your depression, you are bound to have some good days. Since these don't come very often it is very important to take advantage of them. Your ability to get things accomplished on days like these can go a long way to ensuring more good days to come. Clean house, do some writing or just take a walk. Send a signal of accomplishment to your brain. Get organized today and help quiet that nagging voice in your head that seems to accompany every one of your not-so-good days.


PR said...

I think the best thing one can do on a good days in engage in some intense exercise like running, lifting weights or swimming, to name a few. IMHO, it's critical to get those feel-good endorphins flowing as often as possible. For me, getting into the habit of exercising intensely on good days makes it much easier to engage in these same activities during down days.

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