(Disclaimer: The following blog should not be taken as professional medical advice in any way shape or form and all content should be taken as merely suggestions)
Just a few weeks ago I pondered my routines and decisions I had been making in the past six months or so.
Mainly these decisions were poor ones, resulting in my strategies to keep mentally on-track falling firmly by the wayside.
But there was hope. In the past month I set myself some realistic strategies I desperately needed to implement. So far so good, and I have noticed introducing them gradually but purposely is working well.
There were several of these strategies that I tend to gravitate towards and I list them in the blog here.
However, while flipping the sausages when leading a Mr. Perfect Meetup last Sunday I met a great guy called David and we talked about treatment methods that did not involved medication.
David heads up STAAG - Sydney Treatment Alternatives Advocacy Group – and is a guru on this subject.
He kindly sent me some resources for bedtime reading. These handful of strategies I listed were just scratching the surface. In reality there are plenty more that may be suitable for you.
Read on below for the list provided to me by David – a hugely useful and practical resource:
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