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9 Common Depression Traps That Worsen Your Blues

Surprising Habits That are Making You Sad

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  • Many thanks for such a wise, resourceful, and insightful article! It's odd how guys head for beer 'n' pizza while women, for wine and Ben & Jerry's (I can see the latter, but alcohol - for me - is a 100%-guaranteed depressant). Countering rumination is pivotal, isn't it? - 9/19/2014 8:33:11 PM
  • This is another article I am going to have to keep and refer to often! Thank you! - 9/19/2014 5:59:51 PM
  • I agree with SarafromJersey. It's not worth it to eat junk food when depressed. I had to learn just this week to start eating healthy veggies. I find when I eat healthy, even though I feel sad, my body reacts better to the healthy food. When I eat junk food when I'm sad, I end up feeling worse.

    Thank you for writing this article. Very helpful. - 9/19/2014 1:43:10 PM
  • This is very true. Just last night, I wasn't feeling all that well, and have been stressed all week because of work. I got into the mindset that I didn't have the "energy" to eat well or work out, and the whole day spiraled out of control (I'm talking about a slice of cake AND a milkshake). While, at the time it felt like a well-deserved break, by the end of the night I felt sick, and then regretful. Anytime emotional eating occurs, I never feel good about it, and the 'euphoria' of indulging in junk food is so temporary, it's not worth it. - 9/19/2014 1:01:29 PM

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