The Secrets of Preventing & Overcoming Depression Revealed
Talk & Workshop
Let’s STOP Suffering. Let’s START Living!
Many people are trying to understand depression so they can overcome it, nevertheless, depression is taking over our world today.
It is our responsibility not only to resolve this problem but not to leave behind a world with this kind of problem to our children.
Ana Lennyr presents a unique and truthful perspective from someone who is guiding teens and adults out of this condition.
The audience will discover how to:
– Make the difference between situational and generational depression
Situational depression and generational depression are two types of depression that differ in their underlying causes and duration. Situational depression is a type of depression that is triggered by a specific event or situation, such as the loss of a loved one, a job loss, or a relationship breakup. This condition is typically temporary and easy to manage with life skills.
In contrast, generational depression is a condition that is passed down through generations within a family and can have a more chronic course. It is thought to be caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and social factors, and can manifest as a persistent low mood, loss of interest in activities, and difficulty functioning in daily life.
While both conditions can have a significant impact on an individual’s life, understanding the underlying causes and duration can be helpful in overcoming them with different strategies.
– Understand the connection between heartbreak, anxiety, and depression
Heartbreak, anxiety, and depression are interconnected in several ways. When a person experiences heartbreak, it can trigger feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyed. These feelings can develop into anxiety and depression if left unaddressed. Anxiety can be triggered by the fear of being hurt again or by the uncertainty of the future. It can lead to excessive worry and fear about relationships, social interactions, and other areas of life. Depression, on the other hand, can be triggered by the overwhelming sadness and loss that comes with heartbreak and can result in a persistent low mood, loss of energy and interest, and difficulty functioning in daily life. The three conditions can feed off each other, with heartbreak leading to anxiety and depression, and anxiety and depression exacerbating the pain of heartbreak.
– React to someone who they feel they are depressed
When someone is depressed, it’s important to show them the options in overcoming this condition versus managing it or coping with it for their entire lifetime. But the final decision about how they want to live their life should be theirs!
The audience will be able to:
– Understand why depression occurs
Talking about the reasons and causes of this condition is essential in overcoming it. Before a person is ready to let go of the suffering they feel, they have to understand why this occured.
– Take the appropriate action when they feel someone is depressed
As many people saw that therapy and meds are not long term solutions in defeating this conditions, …many have lost hope and start to believe they have to live with it.
Its is important we raise awareness about the alternatives to resolve this condition that will have devastating effects for all the areas of their life, while not forcing them to take actions if they are not ready.
The worst we can do is enabling them to continue this way.
– Recognize pain and not take it upon them
Recognizing pain and not taking it upon oneself is an important skill in maintaining emotional well-being. It’s natural to feel empathy and compassion for others who are experiencing pain or suffering, but it’s important to recognize that we are not responsible for fixing their problems or taking on their pain. When we take on others’ pain, it can lead to burnout or anxiety and can prevent us from being fully present in our own lives. Instead, it’s important to practice healthy boundaries, which can involve offering support and comfort while also recognizing our own limits and needs. By recognizing pain without taking it upon ourselves, we can offer support and compassion to others while also protecting our own well-being.
Ana Lennyr has suffered from depression for 27 years of her life but not anymore.
Ana Lennyr was born in a single-mother family in Europe and she was very conflicted as a child because of the abandonment by her father and because her mom was an alcoholic. At the age of 19, she had a suicidal attempt after which she got a degree in psychology.
Nothing worked out for her and she lived depressed through her mother’s death, her pregnancy, and 2 divorces. At age 38 she decided that her generational depression should NOT hurt her son.
Today she is teaching the strategies and skills any child and adult should know to prevent or overcome depression exactly how she succeeded to do it in a matter of months.