Sorry you are in that kind of situation.To answer your question yes it can happen.People have told me not to listen to negative people and what they say.But words can and they do hurt and if you consume yourself with such then it will lead to someone being depressed.
Have you spoken to him about how his words makes you feel?...If not I think you should have a talk about how much it hurts you.No one should have to go through daily and it needs to stop.The longer it goes on the deeper the depression is going to be.
Hope things work out for you and you start to feel better soon.View Thread
I am watching the Tracey Thurman story(A CRY FOR HELP)
I can totally and truly relate to that movie.
That movie holds my emotions,feelings,certain events that took place and it just screams me.
I need to stop watching it but I'm too into it.
And the police allowed too much to go on and look at the results of that.
Thoughts around in my head thinking and wishing that I don't end up like that.Her ex-husband and the police actions are unjustifiable.They really screwed up big time when they had the skills and the power to stop it before things got that far.
It's just so overwhelming and sad to even think about.The system in that movie operates like the system I'm dealing with.View Thread
Getting out did nothing for me and it's hard shaking this feeling.I'm try a hot bath and then put on my iPod to some soft music.Trying to get rid of the urges,it's hard but I know I don't have to result to them.
I have a puzzle that I haven't start putting together yet.If I keep myself busy until bedtime I'll be OK.Keep doing something positive and upbeat cause it stinks being depressed this long.I really need to get started on my assignment for Friday.It's for therapy but haven't written not one sentence yet.
OK I'm going to find something good to do and eat.View Thread
I'm sorry you feel like this and I know it's frustrating.I haven't taken Paxil but have felt like that with some meds that I have taken.I just stated taking meds two weeks ago and the symptoms are getting better.
If it was me I would without a doubt go back to my doc and stress the importance of the effects.I don't have any advice but I hope you will take this up with the doc that prescribe your meds.I know it sucks walking around feeling fuzzy through out your body all the time.
Hope someone can help you soon with this,just keep talking until they hear you.View Thread
I try to get out a little at a time.Prepare myself like just stepping outside for some fresh air.The time I'll go a little more probably get the mail and each day I extend my outings a little more.You can do it your own pace and practice each day and then before you know you're out and about without even thinking about it.
I'm trying to get out more myself besides just going to the docs.I've been isolating for the past four months due to my depression and other things.You can do this just get out a little at a time no rush or pressure,at your pace.View Thread
Had a session today but it didn't go for me.Before I went in I ran into my dad and he's one of my least liked people to see.That just kicked my anxiety in gear.It's OK if I don't like it get the best of me which more than I would like.So got to my session and I have two that sits in one man and one female.
The man had a scent that reminded me of a bad situation.With my anxiety already going that sent me on a power trip.A full blown panic attack.I've never had one that bad like that before a T.The session lasted a hour and a half.It drained me big time and came home and took a nap and now I'm up agitated the anxiety has me on edge.
I have a assignment that I need to work on but can't seem to concentrate on anything right now.It's a beautiful day out and maybe going to get the mail and some air would help.It's hard getting out when I'm feeling depressed,anyways I'm try that.View Thread
You're welcome and that's how depression makes us feel.It makes us think that there's no way out,no one cares or will miss us when it's not true.
It covers us with a thick dark blanket and sometimes we can feel like we're being suffocated and it can be heavy too.I've been depressed for a few months and talking,writing,listening to music,taking a hot bath or shower,walking or call someone helps.
You have a purpose here and it's not you time yet.You're still here to do what you were put here to do.You have to find your calling.What makes you happy or smile?View Thread
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