How I Beat Depression After 10+ Years of Suffering


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In this video, I will try to address depression, anxiety and stress. The causes of depression can be quite complicated, but I think that at least I can offer a potential solution to cure depression and overcome it. Of course, I used to suffer from intense depression, anxiety and stress, so the solution is partially based on my personal experience.

Instead of getting bored with my life story, I share my short story with games and depression to try to convey a mutual understanding of pain first of all. This is not a light issue to post a video, so I decided that understanding was the best place to start with a video like this.

Overcoming depression, anxiety and stress is not easy because we are very involved in our thoughts. We identify with our thoughts and minds, and that's where I think the solution lies.

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    How I Beat Depression After 10+ Years of Suffering

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    1. Actually with the videogames Im at the same point right now. They satisfy me for some hours but then its boring and I feel like i have wasted time. I remember when i played days without sleep the same video game like DayZ even tho it was a pure grind most of the time, the world enviorment made me happy. Im studying now too and still aiming for the game programmer job. I had a apprenticeship for computer science and programming and can say that creating a game is fun. Especially when people play it and are happy. You have created a world and people actually enjoy this world, they enjoy your thoughts.

    2. I really didn't think it at first, but I watched this video and never regretted the 6 minutes that it costed me!

    3. Please upload more videos you can’t stop now at when I got addicted to watching your videos 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍🤜🏻👍👍👍👍👍👍

    4. i had this realization a while ago. I think theres some buddhist saying that you are everything. Well you are the things you are seeing in front of you simply because it is your subjective experience of the world which is you.

    5. Looking back at this video a week or so after its release, I realized that I probably shouldn't have ended with meditation. That's not the main takeaway of the book nor this video. It's more like "depression is a disease of inward thinking so that's why we should distant ourselves from our thoughts". Meditation is just one way to do that.

    6. I strongly believe in the message of this video, really glad to see you spreading it! btw are you a fan of Leo as well??

    7. I really enjoy the mix of language learning and self-help content you share with us. Thank you very much and stay positive!

    8. I can definitely relate. I have a very over active mind and since my trip to Japan this summer I've been going down hill mentally. I spent a month there and it was actually a pretty stressful trip, I ended up getting an ulcer (not fun). I am a compulsive thinker/worrier and it's not good. I have always liked it because i feel it gives me a lot of insight into the world but in recent months it has turned against me. I can relate a lot to your experiences in growing up a gamer. I used my Audible credit for this month on this book. I'm taking two weeks of vacation to take my dog camping (starting next month). The purpose of the trip is to live healthy (without societies distractions) and sort out my mind. Thanks for the suggestion.

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