Ways To Overcome Sadness

When it comes to feeling sad or depressed, there is no “one size fits all” solution or right way to deal with these emotions. I know this firsthand, because I’ve been there myself.

Back in 1997, I was really sad and clinically depressed. I was overwhelmed with being a new mom. I was in an unhealthy, abusive relationship. I had gained weight and was completely drained trying to be EVERYTHING to EVERYONE. I had truly forgotten who I waswho LISA was.

In this week’s episode of the Lisa Nichols Show, I share my OWN story of loneliness and isolation and offer some ideas, suggestions and recommendations for rediscovering your power and certainty. Tune in to see which ones resonate or feel right for you.

Let me preface this, by making it clear that some depression requires medical support—so I’m in NO WAY advocating or advising against that. What I AM doing is shedding some awareness on the feelings of loneliness and the belief systems that come into play as the root cause of these emotions.

I invite you to watch this episode and discover some techniques that worked for me. Because, just as there is a path that leads to sadness or depression, there is ALSO a path out.

When I talk to you…and you talk to me…and you comment on other people’s comments, it means one thing – WE ARE ALL IN A RELATIONSHIP.  And here, you are NEVER alone. 

So please, watch the episode right now and share your biggest “aha” or #BOL. I encourage you to take a minute if you see someone else commenting about a struggle, and respond with #YANA.

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