Feeling Sad or Depressed? Try Writing about What Makes You Happy
Feeling sad or depressed? Try writing about what makes you happy. For me, it’s seeing bunnies in my neighborhood on my way home since I usually don’t see them in the morning. I like stopping and talking to them for a few minutes while giving them their personal space. Although I’m sure they probably think I’m kind of weird, they also seem to like the company. Then, there’s exploring the forest preserves with a friend when we came across a doe with her baby deer. We couldn’t stop telling the beautiful doe they were so adorable. Like the bunnies, she stuck around for a while before leaving. Wow! What an adventure for a city girl like me. That was cool!
Get the idea? Of course, if it’s something that you can do right now, do it instead of writing about it. If not, try to think about what’s the next best thing that would make you happy that you can do or write about. Don’t wait for someone else to make you happy. As part of your self-care, make it a habit of asking yourself what makes you happy or what would make you happy. Then, write about it or do it.