5 sanity-sucking habits to heave

April 1999
Glamour;Apr99, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p257
Offers advice to women on how to manage depression. Refraining from obsessing on what could and should have happened; Curving the tendency to manage every situation; Limiting the effort to try and please everybody; Letting go of fixations on weight loss goal; Refraining from comparing oneself with others.


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