It is vital to learn problem solving skills when living with bipolar disorder or depression. You may feel there are many situations you want to make progress with. The best suggestion is to take your time and make small changes.
We often want to turn everything around in one fell swoop. The reality is our patterns and behaviors have been learned over many years. It might be from your family, friends or environment.
If you begin today to make one or two positive choices you are moving in the right direction. This might mean eating healthier, doing physical activity, calling a friend, journaling or letting out your emotions. These simple activities have the potential to help you grow and solve problems.