1. Look to the stars
Sometimes you just need inspiration. Look to the stars and pick up encouragement and advice from prominent people who overcame depression.
Your own success story might be kick-started by these star-studded suggestions.
Disheartened and dejected? You’re in good company. Illustrious names like Charles Dickens, Robbie Williams, Irving Berlin, Leo Tolstoy, Gustav Mahler, Dorothy Parker, Georgia O’Keeffe and Michelangelo have all suffered from depression. Composer Sergei Rachmaninov wrote his second piano concerto as a thank you to the psychiatrist who got him through bad depression. Emulate stars who’ve overcome depression and you’ll acquire some of their strength and temperament. When everything feels too much of a struggle, ...