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How to Beat Depression in 2020

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1. In 2020, Find Something to Create.

If you struggle with depression, find something to create in 2020. Whether it’s artwork, writing, podcasts, video, or goofy hats, create something.

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2. Set Goals, Not Resolutions.

To prepare, I’ll set goals for the New Year. Most people set resolutions. They resolve to lose weight, eat healthier, watch less TV, and other such things.

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3. Execute Your Goals

One of the greatest feelings of accomplishment and self-worth is to finish your projects. This is why your goals need to be achievable and time based.

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Need Some Ideas? Here Are Some of Mine for 2020.

Overall, fight depression, keep my mental health in check, and help the world become a better place. All my goals need to feed my overall mission. They need to be relevant to this idea.

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Will O'Shire

Creating action-packed urban fantasy stories filled with magic, myth, and monsters in my pajama pants. I also write about depression, anxiety, and life.