Posts Tagged ‘depression’

Pre-birthday Depression 2.0

November 20, 2010

So, the 22.11 is coming around the corner and with it of course – my annual pre-birthday depression too. Since this year I don’t have the requirements (space, money, time) for applying the number one way of fighting a pre-birthday depression, I’m so glad that I find another way to feel better about myself right before my birthday.


Post-relationship activity

April 3, 2010

It’s a funny thing – after a long, serious relationship the best thing you can do is sport, learning, writing, reading, going out etc. But the only thing you do is lying in your bed, unable to sleep and just starring at some stupid point in the ceiling, possibly listening to some depressive music. So you feel bad, flabby, gloomy, nerveless, mopish etc. And that’s how depression works. I hope it’ll change soon.

PS. It’s a good thing that I’ve got out of bed to write this, still something 😀

Tidying up

March 6, 2010

I’m a little lonely lately, so I do what I always do at such times- tidying up and rearranging everything 😉 I do that because it always cheers me up. Why does it cheers me up?

Everything has a new place, a new order and just waits for me to mess it up, to use it, to do something with it so that new order becomes alive, until you use it it’s all just static. The most effective part of therapy by depression is to get the client out of the “I don’t feel like doing anything”-place, so I try to do the same for myself when I’m feeling down. And nothing motivates me more to do something than a freshly arranged and untouched stuff. As if they are looking at me and saying: “Do something, we look so tidy here, as nobody uses us and we don’t like it, we want to be alive.” Take a look:


The best way to get over (pre-birthday) depression !

November 26, 2009

Hi guys 🙂

I just want to tell you what the best way to ger over pre-birthday depression is: to throw a party !!! And a really good one if possible 😉