How to help someone who is depressed
First off this can be a really difficult thing to do.
The depressed person is not just ‘down in the dumps’ and telling them to ‘snap out of it’ does more harm than good. One client said ‘don’t you think I tried! If only I knew how to?’ In most cases they are not ‘wallowing in self pity”
Well we have all seen the lists: being extremely sad/tearful, loss of interest/motivation, bad sleeping patterns, not interested in sex, has no pleasure in doing things and so on.
Also remember that most have already tried, drugs, talking about their problems/worries and nothing works to relieving their depression, may have given up as nothing works.
Your Envisioned Mind works quickly; in just a few weeks you can have them back!
Others have done so.
Changing pictures in my head to overcome my depression: I could not believe it. But it worked! I am now happy. Mary, 44, depressed for 21 years.
My mind was a place of horror, now it is a place for dreaming. My depression has lifted, now I can move on with my life. Nicky 51
Happiness comes from within. I have let go of the ghosts and my outlook on life has changed. Dannie 43.
The beauty of my work Your Envisioned Mind is that firstly you do not have to talk in great detail about what is causing the depression, there are just 2 simple forms which need to be filled; then off you go in the journey to wellness.
There is a manual which explains each small step that you do with a soundtrack (mp3) talking you through this process; then a workbook for you to record your process. This is a very gentle BUT powerful process which allows you to go at your own pace in the privacy of your own home. It is as easy as that!
And you can do this process along with the depressed person to assist them, we all have some form of depression, it is a human experience, this process will help you too!
With the depressed person understanding that they do not have to talk about their problems and seeing your commitment to do the process with them, hopefully they will agree to follow the formula to good mental health
Beverley F. Searle
B. Soc. Sc. (honors) Masters P.H.C.