This is my first post and probably the same issue has come up many times. I'm in my early 30s, I think i've been suffering from depression since my teens but didn't know what it was. I thought i was just being a pesimist about everything because everything seemed bad. In addition to my depression i also have ADD which is difficult to deal with on its own.
I'm married and i've been in a hole for more than 3 months. I don't know how to talk or explain to him how i feel or what i'm going thru. I've been very upset and angry and it's affecting our relationship, in every area.
Currently i'm taking Adderal xr for the ADD and Prozac for the anxiety and depression but is not working. I need help. I need to get out of this. I'm tired of being tired, upset, angry. I can't even make simple decisions anymore like what to eat or what to do. I need help to get out but don't know how. Any suggestions are welcomed.View Thread
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