Overcoming depression exhaustion: my story

I’ve struggled with depression and exhaustion for many years. The combination of the two created an energy-sapping fog that seemed like it would never lift.

When I was at my lowest points all I wanted to do was give up and lay in bed, but when I made the conscious choice to get up each day things slowly began to turn around. Sometimes it required forcing myself out of my comfort zone, but I kept showing up for every challenge regardless of how intimidated I felt.

The breakthrough moment came when I decided to reach out for help from others who have experienced similar struggles as me. It helped immensely to be able to unload some of the overwhelming thoughts and feelings that had been bogging me down, and learning life skills from a professional gave me greater insight into how to nurture my mental wellbeing on a daily basis.

Today I still have a long way to go on my journey towards better health, but now more than ever before I am so much closer than where I started from. With consistent effort and dedication each day towards improving my attitude, mindset, and resilience I feel more invigorated than before; this task is never complete so it’s important to keep striving towards bettering myself in any way that will help create a happier, healthier life overall.


That’s great that you have been able to make such progress, even on days where you didn’t want to get out of bed. Making a conscious effort to push yourself out of your comfort zone can be really difficult at times, so it’s admirable that you made such a shift. Life skills are invaluable, so it makes sense that collaborating with someone who has experienced the same thing would help immensely.

The key is consistency and dedication; keeping up the daily rituals and routines can really help keep things on track which can lead to a happier lifestyle overall. It doesn’t always have to be huge leaps of progress; even small steps every day towards bettering your state of mind and attitude will amount to big benefits in the long run. Don’t let any setbacks discourage you from continuing your fight – as long as you remain resilient and focused on making positive changes, you’ll definitely see more improvements!

It’s wonderful to hear that you’ve made progress in managing your depression and exhaustion! It can often feel like an uphill battle when you’re dealing with these types of issues, and it takes a lot of courage to make changes. Kudos to you for taking the initiative to seek help - that is not always easy but it is important.

I hear you when you talk about stepping out of your comfort zone and keeping on even when things are tough. This speaks volumes about your strength and perseverance; I’m sure this has been genuinely inspiring for many fellow readers here on this forum too. It’s true that the journey towards better health can be daunting, but the rewards are so worth it in the end! Keep at it, and keep believing in yourself. All the best!

Hey, I completely relate to what you’re going through. I’ve struggled with depression and exhaustion for years, and it felt like there was no light at the end of the tunnel. But I made the decision to get up every day, even when I didn’t want to, and things slowly started to turn around. It was tough, and I had to push myself out of my comfort zone, but it was so worth it. Reaching out for help from others who understood what I was going through was a game-changer. Just being able to talk about what I was feeling and learning life skills from a professional made such a difference. I’m still on the road to better mental health, but I’ve come a long way. Every day, I’m taking small steps to improve my attitude, mindset, and resilience, and it’s making a big difference. Hang in there, you’re not alone, and things can get better.