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Managing Symptoms
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-Feeling worthless, guilty
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Conclusion

Hopefully, the tips presented here will help you manage some of your own symptoms of depression. While you may find it challenging to implement some of these strategies, please remember to be patient with yourself. Feeling better does take time. It is important to take good care of yourself with good nutrition, exercise, sleep, and reasonable amounts of activities, as well as generally being kind and gentle with yourself. Also, be very careful about letting negative thoughts get in your way. Donít let setbacks keep you from doing things that can help you feel better. You can do it!

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