Psychologists and counsellors generally would commonly hear clients (patrticularly clients with depression) say “I will do something(exercise etc.etc.) when I feel better.”That is because people often do not realise that BEHAVIOR change must precede FEELING change not the other way round.If you do something different you may feel better later.If you wait for your feelings to change you may be waiting for  long time.That poses the problem of doing something when you DON’T feel like it.However,the motivation becomes stronger when there is the anticipation of benefit later and an awareness of the necessary priorities in the order of the steps to be taken.

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