Hey everyone. Like many of us here, I am not without my depression or problems, etc. I havent been very supportive of you guys lately, it's been kind of hard for me to do so. Dealing with my own issues and so on. But I do as always, want to help out in anyway I can. So, as I was having my morning cigarette, while waiting for my car to warm up this morning, I started to think about this. I find what helps me, at least on some level, to try and feel, at least a little better, is to focus on the little things. The things we take for granted. For example; Birds rule the world during the early mornings. Before everyone is up and at em', the birds have been up for a while, doing whatever it is they do. lol I like to watch the birds, it's cool to see them in flight. We have some Canadian geese by my work, and watching them take off or coming back in for a landing, is very cool. Also it is spring time. I try to pay attention to the things like leaves on the trees, the new flowers that have come up. The smell of freshly cut grass. Regardless of the time of year, I always look up when a plane flies overhead. I still marvel at the technology we possess that allows us to put a thing weighing tons, into the air and actually fly it. I love going down to the river and looking at the various boats or barges that travel up and down the length. Renting a movie, or going to the movies, helps me too. Last night I watched the Adam Sandler movie, Click. A movie that has been out for sometime now, but still a really great film. So when your depression feels at a really low point, I suggest, going outside, talking a walk, embrace the natural world around you, and when you are down, put on that tv and watch something cool. Take care everyone!