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5 ways our thoughts go wrong, and 5 better alternatives.
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I know 5 things that you should EVER say to a depressed person:

See a psychologist.
It's not the end of the world.
Take anti-depressants.
Join a Gym/Organization.
Do some Traveling.


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I am not sure if this comment is for Kristy Summers but if it is you may want to read some of my post on my google profile. My confidence comes from God. My exact words in my book Dying to Leave are " I believe the greatest tool that a therapist has is not their qualifications but their ability to be real and authentic. Although I see the difference between arrogance with nothing to back it up with verses arrogance that is backed up by hard work and self discipline.I  did not date anyone from that site but I do not write clinically in my personal life. Not sure why you would take my playfulness on a dating site and but it on my professional network
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Great read! Having the ability to forgive yourself is vitally important and is good self care. Your mind is not your friend or your enemy, it's one of our greatest gifts ☺
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The stories we tell again and again can limit us. There's a better way.
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