Metrowest Mental Health Counseling
In a recent study, Psych Central found that Massachusetts ranked #11 as the most depressing state to live in. If you live in this area, this does not bode well for your mental health.
Depression is growing in Westborough because of the numerous, various problems that we all face. Unemployment is up, winters are longer than ever and the overall future seems to get bleaker each year.
But there is good news!
Problems are nothing new, and no matter where you live – even Westborough – we can all overcome problems. One thing that еaсh of us has in commоn, regаrdleѕs of our backgrоund, culture, gеndеr or geographical location iѕ problems.
We all face problems every day: family problems, relationship issues, personal matters and even minuscule problems – like being delayed in the morning because your car is frosted over and you don’t have a snow brush. Does it seem like other people deal with these things quicker and easier than you? If so, you may need to ask yourself a few questions.
What can you do to improve yourself and your city?
The people that face life’s problems with ease are the people that have motivation, optimism and confidence. It’s their confidence and motives that get them through obstacles.
Life іѕ not easу and it’ѕ no ѕurрrisе that manу of uѕ have loѕt оur ѕpark, оur enthuѕiаѕm and our passion to live lіfе to the fullest.
If you find yourself struggling through life with problems arising everywhere, there are plenty of ways to get your confidence and motivation back. Always hold your goals dear to you and work hard to be the best you can possibly be, without dwelling on your mistakes.
That mindset will change you and Westborough.
To reach our clinical team at Thrive Westborough Counseling, call us at 774-377-4939.
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Grohol, J. (2011). The Most Depressing Places to Live in the U.S., 2011.Psych Central. Retrieved on December 7, 2012, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2011/12/26/the-most-depressing-places-to-live-in-the-u-s-2011/