Why does no one talk about the advantages of having no feelings? I can turn them on around my children, and do, but other than that, why bother? It's so much easier to not care, to not let anyone inside. Yes, I am on effexor for depression, and it does work, to a certain extent. But I'm tired of trying..My 17 year old Asperger's son was hospitalized for suicidal thoughts last week, I need to be on- up ,cheerful understanding etc, for him and I am, no problem. His dad started a new job, and is mostly preoccupied with that. My partner just says I have no time for him, no support there, family is 2,000 miles away, old school, and has their own problems. So, it's me, myself & I. The less I care about no support, the better I feel. It gives me strength to realize I do not need anyone. What I started looking for were ways to make not caring easier, more of a habit, and I am having trouble with that. So, if anyone has any helpful hints on how to make it easier,please let me know. ThanksView Thread
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