Mindfulness has been a practice for a long time now. The practice of living and being in the moment, not thinking about the past and not worrying about the future. The practice of mindfulness has been shown to reduce the future of clinical depression by up to half. Also worth noting that mindfulness’s effects do seem to be comparable to taking antidepressants. Mindfulness can take practice to get the hang of but all you have to do is spare five to ten minutes of your day to practice this and it will get easier and become a more natural part of your day.
For a long time now negative emotions have been identified as necessary emotions; they help to initiate the "fight or flight" mode when in danger. The negative emotions we experience help us narrow in on the danger and then make a decision that is in our best interest based on the danger we are facing. If you are feeling depressed, you know you should take some actions such as watching a good comedy, having a visit with good positive friends, and other activities to lift the mood. If you feel you are in danger from a person or an animal, you know that you may need to flee or stand your ground to fight the situation. The negative emotions allow us to narrow our perceptions to the situation.
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As we grow as a society and uncover more truths, mental illnesses start to show themselves more and more. Not because it is more common, but because more people are talking about the problems they are having instead of trying to hide it all the time. This doesn’t mean that people don’t hide their illness, but they are actively seeking help. Stigma is still an issue that is attached to mental illnesses and those that suffer from them. As someone who suffers from severe treatment-resistant depression, I see and hear those stigmas all the time, and a lot comes from people being uneducated about mental health and mental illnesses. Here are five common myths about mental illnesses.