Apart from the obvious, she is polite, friendly and respectful of everyone, no matter what their job or status.
She is well educated (no one says you have to study The Classics - knowing your Dolce from your Dior is just as valuable)
She looks for the good in people.
She focuses on what she wants and she looks for what it takes to get there. She is adaptable, and willing to learn new skills where neccessary.
She is generous and when she spots an opportunity to be helpful - does not hesitate.
And she is honorable. Betraying a confidence is not an option. There is always another way.
And when she needs moral support and someone to listen, she knows where to look for it.
Nobody should go it alone. Talk and Share with someone.
This is Depression Awareness week. If you know someone who is falling - reach out and catch them and help them look for help. If you feel like you are falling then turn to someone and ask them to help.
Don't be embarrassed. Don't be ashamed. Depression can happen to anyone. The smart ones look for help.
Anyone who is concerned about depression can access Aware’s support services, which include a loCall helpline (1890 303 302) open 365 days a year as well as support groups across the country.
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