see the world? Would you say you are a pessimistic
or optimistic kind of person?
If you saw a half-filled glass of water,
would you say it’s half-empty…
…or half full?
you were positive in your outlook on life
before you became ill, and coped well in
a crisis, you are more likely to be able
to cope better with the emotional side of
ME/CFS or FMS.
if you tended to have a more negative outlook
on life before your illness, then you’ll
unfortunately be more likely to be affected
by depression during your illness.
people who don’t cope as well,
the problems associated with having
ME/CFS may well tip the balance
and trigger any underlying susceptibility
to developing anxiety or depressive
Dr Charles Sheperd, ‘Living
With M.E.’, p226 --
So here's some INFORMATION
DEPRESSION, CFS & FMS sufferers might
can change your outlook on life into a positive
one and is highly recommended if you are
thinking negatively about things. You
can learn more about therapy here…
Affirmations can also help those who
feel low or fed up, although they are not
advised for those who suffer from more severe
depression (in which case medical advice
should be sought from your doctor to discuss
the best way forward).
here to learn more about positive affirmations
and how they might help you to feel better
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