A Simple Strategy To Help You Fight Depression

depression-and-women While the modern lifestyle has given us lots of things to feel proud, it has added to our problems as well. The modern life is stressful, and this stress is one of the major causes for the increased number of depression patients.

Depression has become such a common problem that nearly one in every five people is suffering from it. And although medical help is definitely available, one needs to make efforts on one’s personal level to get rid of depression.

Identify the cause

Before you can actually think about treating your depression problem, the first thing that you need to do is to understand what the main reason behind your problem is. The reasons for depression vary from person to person, like for some it may be insecurity, infidelity or stress while for others the root cause may be something that happened in the past or during childhood.

In most situations the reason may not be one; rather it may be a combination of different reasons.  To find out the prominent reasons behind your problem of depression, you may have to think out of the box because in most cases the answers may not be very obvious.

Build your self-esteem

When you’ve identified the reason behind your depression problem, the second most important thing for you to do is to start working on rebuilding your self esteem. You need to once again begin thinking highly of yourself, and only then can you expect to make substantial positive changes to your life and to your thinking pattern.


When you are affected with depression, you must always carry a small notebook or a diary with you, in which you can note down all the negative feelings and thoughts as and when they attack you.

Put down all the small details, and then at the end of the day just sit down and contemplate on whatever you’ve written in your diary. Figure out things that make you upset, and most importantly think of ways in which these depressing elements can be removed from your life.

If you have certain fears that seem unjustified, put down an explanation as to why your fears seem illogical, so that the next time you’re faced with a similar situation your mind will be able to overlook the situation.  If you are regular with this simple and easy strategy, you will be able to come out of your depression problem much sooner.

Sidharth Thakur