I have struggled with depression for basically all my life. Recently it has become a lot worse. To the point of interferring with my relationship. I am not being rational and causing him pain. I feel like it is a daily battle within myself. I feel so alone because my boyfriend gets annoyed and doesn't want to be around me because I lash out at him the most. I started seeing a therapist and then he left the company I was seeing him through so it's been almost a month since I have seen someone and it just gets worse. I don't know what I can do to help myself other than getting therapy, but I feel like I am being given the run around.
I have an idea of the basis for my depression, the root cause, but I don't know how to deal with so many years of repressed abandonment issues and pain. All I do is cry and it makes it all harder for my boyfriend to deal with it. it makes it harder for him to help support me and be there because I am so irrational and i cry at the drop of a hat.View Thread
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