“Even if you want to die, you can eat tteokbokki”
――How to get out of the prejudice and fear of depression, face your emotions and manipulate them well (how to deal with your emotions)
In the book <Walking in the Forest of Literature> by writer Chang Young-hee, such a passage appears. "If you ignore negative emotions and look away, the emotional passages will be blocked and you will not be able to feel positive emotions." I also dismiss negative emotions as just weaknesses and live away from my eyes. Then, the fun, excitement, and joy gradually faded.
I have been suffering from dysthymia and anxiety disorders for over 10 years. I'm not a specialist, so I can't offer you the best way to overcome dark emotions, but at least I'd like to talk about my feelings, understanding and accepting them, and balancing them. I will.
It is about various emotions that can be obtained in one big theme of <melancholy>.
Title: Essayist (freelance)
Born in Seoul in 1990, after graduating from the literary creative department, worked for a publishing company for 5 years. He has been suffering from dysthymia (mild depression) and anxiety disorder for more than 10 years, and has changed psychiatry. In 2017, he found a hospital that suits him and is conducting drug treatment and counseling treatment in parallel. I read books, write sentences, and my favorite food is tteokbokki. I am so interested in physical and animal rights that I concentrate on treating my mind.
Lecture date and time: 23th November (Monday) 15:00 to 17:00 (2 hours)
How to participate: ZOOM Online
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This seminar is for those who can understand either Korean or Japanese.