Beating the Blues

Beating the Blues


Let’s face it. Life can be difficult. We experience disappointments, losses, relationship issues, and many other things that can lead us to feel discouraged. Maybe our expectations of the holidays did not match the reality. Maybe there are family conflicts or strained relationships with friends that have left us feeling down. Though there is an ebb and flow to life, we can sometimes get stuck in the down times.  When that is the case it is important for us to take the steps we need to in order to begin to feel better. The things we can do to help ourselves may involve working at changing our perspective (thinking), rearranging how we approach our daily routine (doing), opening ourselves up to new  people (relationships), and learning how to express our feelings in a healthy way (coping skills).

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center is offering a free one hour class on January 30th from 5:30 PM-6:30 PM to help you understand things you can do to improve your mood and cope with the natural ups and downs of life.  

Please click the link to register. You can also register by calling 419-281-3716.


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