Tweets from the World of Twitter users about Depression

I always love social media when it comes to keeping you with what is happening in a particular industry. Social media may not have the full news but they do point you in the right direction. 

This is the case with Twitter as I was looking for tweets about depression to share with people that suffer from depression and mental health related illnesses. Some I do not agree with, some makes me say  “oh, i did not know that”.  

As with anything else that is online, these tweets should be used for educational only. If You feel that you might be suffering from a mental illness, depression or anything else, be sure to contact health care professional about your concerns. 

In the meantime, enjoy the facts and wonderful tweets from the world of Twitter. 

I agree with this one. Overthinking on old problems and bad events in the past can cause a person to experience depression. I found this article helping with explaining more on the issue.

This is true when talking about Seasonal Affective Disorder as known as "winter blues".  One of the recommended treatment for Seasonal Affective Disorder is light therapy. 

Have you heard of birds of a feather flock together? Our choice of friends not only affects our mood but our goals in life. I tend to stay away from people who have a negative outlook on life because I have found myself thinking the same way. I have to fight those feelings of negativity because I know better. 

As a believer, I always rely on God on a daily basis to help my depression. I find that prayer, reading the Bible and listening to christian music to be a great help. 

I am not a gamer, I only for play socializing when I was deployed but after that I never picked up a gaming system again. I don't even own one. For the gamers, I am sure this is music to their ears and they are happy.

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