Keep a gratitude journal to battle depressive symptoms
On a piece of paper, write note a few things you're grateful for. It could be family friends, the ability to breathe, cold water... write anything, big or small! Add to your gratitude list every night. While you're doing it, reflect on what's going right in your life.
Why? Reminders of the good in your life can help change your attitude. Indeed, it has been clinically-proven that such journals can help with depressive symptoms.
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