I will pay for the following article Positive Emotions in the Treatment of Depression. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The best way to cure depression is to know what triggers it. Depression is not a simple issue. It is a “serious mental illness that goes beyond the rational, everyday blues that all people experience” (Roach, n.d.). Depression can occur in very young people and elderly ones. Many teenagers experience depression due to disappointments in family, school, and relationships. Meanwhile, bereavement, illness, bankruptcy, failed relationships are just some reasons why adults suffer from depression. Depression is usually characterized by excessive weight loss, alcoholism especially among young adults, and verbal expressions of fear, hopelessness and uselessness (Miller 2009). However, this is not applicable in all cases, and because depression can lead to suicide, it is recommended to identify the onset of depression and do something about it. The problem may persist and make it difficult to fr the person to recover if immediate relief is not given. Thus, the first thing that a person must do is to be aware of the circumstances or stimuli that could lead to depression. Interestingly, Brockmeyer et al. (2012) and Seidler, Banks, Dunn & Moulds (2013) explored the use of emotion regulation as a means to treat depression. They found out that the mood of formerly depressed and non-depressed individuals can be regulated, making it possible not to make anti-depressants the first means to treat depression.
Some people get depressed when they fail to do something. In such a case, they need to plan ahead and beat the targets in order to avoid being depressed. Also, if Plan A does not work out, there should be a Plan B so there is an option if something does not turn out as expected. Some who tend to get depressed when they are isolated should avoid being alone. They should share a room or flat with a friend, a sibling or a companion who knows their tendency to be depressed.