I read all the literature on depression; I researched neurochemistry as best I could. And then I sat down and listed every single thing I could think of that might help me feel better. Things my doctors had told me; things I knew about myself. I wrote them all down.
And then I started checking them off.
I never once got the whole thing checked off in a week, but working at it and seeing how much effort I was putting into my recovery made it start to feel like, well, recovery.
Now that I’m better I see that it’s not really a recovery list so much as a life list. It’s like my own best advice to myself. My own little reminder to be kind to myself, to make myself a priority, and to take time to stay healthy so that I don’t slide back down the dreaded, dreaded hill.
Six months later I still use my list. I hope that six months from now, you will still use yours.
Yup. That’s what this listing is for: a custom Feelgood List. You buy, I email you a form to fill out and send back to me, I make your list, you get the final pdf file to print as many times as you’d like. Forever.
:: prints two to a page on 8.5 by 11 paper
:: only the list items are customizable (the rest comes as is)
:: list items are completely customizable – you’ll have the option to use some or all of mine and to add your own.
:: maximum of 28 list items
Custom form will be delivered via email upon receipt of payment. Feel-Good List will be delivered via email once I get the form back from you.
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Copyright Julie Green, Up Up Creative, 2009. All rights reserved. Buyer is granted permission to use this Feelgood List for personal use only. Mass production and\/or commercial use of the files, the list, or the design are not allowed.
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