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sladuled669781dHow did he managed to do that? O.o
Anyhu, hang in there, this too shall pass..focus on little things that make you happy..one step at a time..
rickh13281dI have no real idea about the details of your situation; people are as varied as programs and so I don’t want to make too many assumptions, but I can maybe offer a couple things that have sometimes been relevant to me.
I think coding is a little unusual in the degree of stimulation and depth available. That brings with it incredible rewards and immersion, but if you are anything at all like me, a sugar rush is a sugar rush and eventually the part of the brain that dances with sugar just falls over.
In those times, almost invariably, I have just been hitting the gas too hard. My ratio between learning and life outside has gone totally up the wonk. The most peculiar things is I normally try to study harder to fix it...that only compounds the problem.
Play, code or non-code related, and/or time away, seem to be the main things that give me rejuvenation. I dont know what your own ratio of work/play looks like right now, but its worth keeping in mind. Brains are delicate.
shivayl133681dRest more, do more activities than coding (gym/swimming/nature), learn something new, switch companies
Everyone gets depressed sometime/s in their life. It's normal, you're not a machine, you can't be always ok
I think part of it is that I used to have an expertise. I'm spread too thin now.
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