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5 Mistakes People Make When Managing Their Depression


Jun. 11, 2014 Psych Central

When you’re treating any illness, making mistakes is inevitable. After all, making mistakes is how you learn, grow and get better.

Depression is a difficult illness, which colors how you see and feel about yourself. So, if you find yourself making the “mistakes” below, try not to judge yourself. Rather, view these mistakes as stepping stones, as signposts that lead you in a more helpful direction.

Click below for five beliefs or behaviors that are ineffective in managing depression, along with insights into what works.

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