I'm 27 years old and this year has been one of the worst years to date of my life. I've suffered 2 panic attacks in one month, lost a really great job, a girlfriend in the middle of it and now my grades and lack of ambition is hanging on by a thread. Seeing through the haze is a task all its own, sometimes I can't even make out the details of my daily activities. This has caused stress on many of my personal relationships and now it's controlling my life. I need some clarity back in my life.I need to regain myself. I feel as if I've lost my sense of ownership over my being and it's debilitating, because the simplest of chores is now not. I forget things minutes after being told what they were, I don't have focus of any kind, and whats worse is that I feel it's all caused by my ADHD. So I'm finding myself in a depression because of another mental disorder that I already have. Can anyone please advise me on some tactics I can take to approach my sent of fear, and failure. These are the instruments that are controlling me right now and it's very despairing.
As I write this the headaches are all consuming. Anyone ??View Thread
thanks for the advice. I think I'll start on those breathing techniques, as for getting professional help I do have an appointment with a psychiatrist soon to start treatment. I haven't been on medication in a year or more so hopefully by body doesn't take to long to adapt to the treatment.View Thread
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