If You’re Depressed, Make Something

“When you become fascinated with something, another dimension opens up in your world. You enter a space where everything else becomes a secondary character in the theater of your mind.”

In a very personal post, Lawrence Yeo opens up about his struggles with depression and the method he’s found to deal with it.

He suggests that creativity is a natural antidepressant and explains how finding a creative outlet through which you can make something and share it with others can be a powerful antidote to depression.