Video on Getting Things Done when You're Depressed
Loss of interest and pleasure in activities formerly enjoyed, lvoss of energy and fatigue are common symptoms of depression. People who are depressed may become overwhelmed and exhausted and may stop participating in their routine activities. Because of these symptoms, depressed people may find very hard to get things done. Our guest, Julie A. Fast, discusses strategies to get things done een when the person is depressed.
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Julie A. Fast, author (with Dr. John Preston) of "Get it Done When You're Depressed", "Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder: Understanding and Helping Your Partner" and "Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder" is a critically acclaimed author, national speaker, and sought after expert in the field of bipolar disorder and depression management.
Julie writes articles for Healthy Place including The Gold Standard for Treating Depression, Bipolar Psychosis 101 and the Diabetes and the Mental Health Connection. You can read more about Julie at her blog and website: www.bipolarhappens.com/bhblog and www.JulieFast.com
Tracy, N. (2011, January 18). Video on Getting Things Done when You're Depressed, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2020, April 2 from https://www.healthyplace.com/depression/videos/getting-things-done-when-youre-depressed