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Author Topic: Managing long-term depression and its affect upon work  (Read 2883579 times)
chaosbydesign
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« Reply #4515 on: Yesterday at 07:46:04 PM »

Some potentially stress-inducing things happened, and I did not get stressed or freak out. I see this as some progress in the right direction, given that I am usually a tightly coiled spring of anxiety just waiting to be released.
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« Reply #4516 on: Today at 04:14:07 PM »

Luce, I do find the meditation helps me break away from worries for a little while.  Guided exercise, too.  Anything that forces me to follow along with something that is just engaging enough that my mind can't wander too much.

That's great, CBD!

I am looking forward to the weekend, and another chance to 'reset.'
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