There are lots of ways to climb out of depression – this is just one of them

There are lots of ways to climb out of depression – this is just one of them:

How Rowing Improved My Mental Health  by Georgina Edwards

Georgia had been struggling with depression for over two years when her behaviour became so erratic she was taken to hospital where she was diagnosed with rapid cycling bipolar, a severe mood disorder.  She spent 10 weeks being treated on an acute ward under Section 3 of the Mental Health Act. With the help of new medication and occupational therapy she was transferred into a rehabilitation hospital in Hereford where she started the long road to recovery – but what helped her most – was rowing.  This is her blog:

http://georgiasrecovery.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/rowing-my-refuge.html?m=1

Georgia says:  “Never be afraid of the journey of recovery. It’s a bumpy ride but a ride which is so worth it.”

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Barbara RainfordThere are lots of ways to climb out of depression – this is just one of them