There is a point of deep, true goodness inside you that can be nurtured and grown. If we hang onto the good in ourselves and look for the good in others, we can begin to repair the hurt in our lives.
Often I hear of people who enter treatment with deep questions about the meaning of their own life and life in general, and then come to belief in God.
Traditional Jewish wisdom identifies depression, its causes, and potential healing methods.
Should we be asking more about the spiritual reasons for depression?
To me, it’s important to be thankful and remember where I came from.
I believe that having someone to feel grateful to, is a necessary component of an effective gratitude practice.
Always look for the good points insider yourself. Focus on these good points and turn depression into joy.
It’s really hard to connect with another person’s humanity if you can’t connect with your own.
“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”
Dialectical Behavior Therapy can help regulate emotions and reduce sabotaging behaviors of traits associated with borderline personality disorder.