We noticed that you are using an older version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. This website is optimised for Internet Explorer version 9 and later, so please consider upgrading your browser so that you can enjoy all of this website's features. Visit the Microsoft website http://www.microsoft.com to download a newer version of Internet Explorer.
Information about volunteering opportunities
Information about jobs, entrepreneurship, traineeships and holiday work
Education and training opportunities across Europe
Have your say about politics and society, and participate in Structured Dialogue
Arts and entertainment, science and innovation at your fingertips
Everything about your health, well-being and sports
Your rights and services to feel secure and safe
Discovering the world beyond Europe
Practical information about travelling in Europe
First of all it is important to not to think too much about events that happens in our lives. It is important to keep calm. Too much stress is decreasing our productivity and decreases happiness level. Making exercises like walking or jogging helps to have a positive attitude. Take care of you health and watch a diet with making exercises is important because during depression periods people unfortunately eat too much unhealthy foods and reject to make any exercises. Health is the most important thing in human life and we need to preserve our health care. Until we will feel ourselves ready in order to make any changes, it is advised to put off big decisions.
People usually blame theirselves during crisis times but this is not helping for reducing depression's negative impacts. Another important point is believe in yourself and never give up ! Being a volunteer in some organisations or organising charity events may help to feel yourself useful.Being grateful, reconneting with friends and hang out with them, having enough time for rest and especially for stress are other tips.
Don't forget that everything is depends on you. Think positively, see positively :)