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Amanda Peterson November 20, 2016 at 3:13 pm

>We must first ask if there is anything that we have done to contribute to our depression as the consequence of our own choices and behaviors

This is so important. It’s so easy to fall into a victim mentality when you suffer from depression, so when your depression is actually caused by your own actions, you end up stuck there because you’re convinced it’s someone/something else’s fault and not your own.

It’s hard to fix a problem if you can’t even see what’s actually causing it!





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