Depression Exercise

1 I am grateful for my life.

2 I am strong and I will recover.

3 I have the power to create change in my life.

4 I can do hard things.

5 I am persistent and powerful. I will shine today.

6 My body has the power to heal.

7 I am in charge of how I feel and today I choose happiness.

8 I trust myself. I will nurture my health.

9 I got this. I am strong.

10 I will be OK.

11 I live in today. I will make these moments matter.

12 I will make small changes today.

13 I can and I will get better.

14 I am free of sadness today.

15 I am a great person and I deserve to feel happy.

16 I can do this. I want to do this.

17 I will take care of myself and love myself today.

18 I believe in myself. I can soar.

19 I embrace the positive. I can find beauty.

20 I am healthy and I am happy.

21 I am grateful for this day. I will live in the moment.

22 Everything I need is within me. I know what I need and I will take care of myself.

23 I am committed to my goals and I will persevere.

24 I am capable of amazing things.

25 This is temporary. I am strong.

26 I am improving every day and I am open to happiness.

27 I am worth it. I will take care of myself.

28 I am getting stronger and healthier. I am filled with energy every day.

29 I am enough. I am whole. I am well.

30 I am courageous, strong, and powerful. I will not stop.

Eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise and plenty of sleep Practicing relaxation techniques such as trying yoga, practicing deep breathing, getting a massage or learning to meditate Taking time for hobbies, such as reading a book or listening to music Fostering healthy friendships Having a sense of humor Volunteering in your community Seeking professional counseling when needed

By changing the way one thinks, and changing thought patterns with Cognitive Behavior Therapy, one can overcome anxiety.

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