1.) Connect with other people. Find people that you can confide in.


2.) Get involved. Develop some hobbies and interests separate from your work. Blogging your experiences could help you and someone else.


3.) Exercise. Numerous studies have demonstrated that exercise can combat depression and other forms of mental illness.


4.) Evaluate your life. Making an effort to evaluate your life along the way can help prevent problems from becoming crises.


5.) Consider getting help. Look at therapy as a source of potential tools with which to deal with life. Shop around for someone that you click with.







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