I am 28 years old and I am suffering from the end of a relationship. We were together for two years. Love of my life, I thought. We moved into our new house in April, and got a dog. We had been engaged for 9 months. We were planning our wedding and family. And then I had to start a third shift rotation at work. I am predispositioned to depression, thus I suppose it was not totally unexpected. My mental illness took me over, and he ended it two after we moved into our home. I now live with my mother and step father. It has been almost three months and I am struggling to move on. I cry daily. It feels as if someone died. And I am in a rut. I see a therapist weekly, but my depression is just there. It feels like it is part of me. And I hate it. I hate myself for this mental illness.View Thread
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