Call this a public service, if you like. Otherwise, you can see it as an indication of some of the good advice that therapy has been offering people.
It’s not about medication. It’s not about insight. It’s not about introspecting or getting touch with your feelings. Yet, the advice that Time Magazine offers us will, almost assuredly, improve your mood and lift your spirits.
If you don’t believe me or Time, you can try a lot of it at home.
Some should be obvious, like… get in shape by doing regular exercise. Others-- improve your posture, stand up straight and proud… may seem less obvious. (For the record, if you want to improve your posture, one of the best ways is a regular Pilates class.)
Some of the others should be equally obvious: don’t let yourself be bullied; choose your friends well; talk to people face-to-face; don’t take so many pictures of everything you see; don’t multitask.
I am not going to elaborate on these. I have discussed many of them on various occasions. So, I provide the link. The link provides some advice and direction. For you to do what you will with it all.