Satpal Singh of Nanak Naam speaks to Gurpreet Kaur about overcoming depression after her 15 year experience with depression medication and antidepressants.
Gurpreet now works as a mentor to help others with positive mental health and spirituality. You can find out more at http://www.intuitive-knowledge.com or contact her on Instagram: @Intuitive.Knowledge
This video talks about:
– what is depression
– depression symptoms and signs of depression
– cognitive behavioural therapy
– how to help someone with depression
– how to deal with depression
– how to overcome depression
– what not to say to someone with depression
– getting out of depression
– depression and spirituality
Nanak Naam believes everyone should know and experience spiritual bliss for themselves. Nanak Naam are on a mission to transform lives worldwide through Mantra-Mindfulness. Bhai Satpal Singh is a Sikh spiritual vlogger from the UK creating videos on meditation, mantra, mindfulness and spirituality based on non-duality.
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