Please go to a doctor. You are so young and have so many years ahead of you. Don't waste them being depressed and miserable. Some of the anti-depressants are veryvery mild...they don't make you feel drugged or different...just not down for no reason. <br />
And if you can see a shrink...good. Even for just a short time. Worth their weight in gold. Depression is SO much better understood now. Medication and a bit of talk therapy can work wonders with almost all depression. You won't believe how much younger and better and normal you will feel. <br />
Don't wait too long. It hurts me to think of you going thru this depression when you don't have to. I did. Amazing how such a small thing can poison all of your life. Good luck. Message me if you have a question<br />
Shame? God no...Just remember that the first step is by far the hardest. If you are actually honest with the therapist you will immediately realize that it will help. Enjoy life...don't let shame stop you. Plese? It's not necessary.
sounds like you're depressed. ive felt how you feel, several times, and am finally deciding to seek treatment
This happens to me all the time! People can be so thoughtless and heartless. I usually just snub them and stick with the people who really care. I am just glad I have dogs~they never turn away!
Yes, swings of good and bad, it can make you unsure, but those are typical symptoms of depression.<br />
I went to my family doctor not understanding what was happening to me. Told reception reason for appointment was to discuss an issue. To the doctor I simply said I was having problems with my social life and work. Just that basic statement and she pegged right away, referred me to social group or therapist. <br />
Can you mention it to a family member who could help you take steps? <br />
Get diagnosed... they see people like this all the time. It springs up out of nowhere, but it's very real. It's rare to overcome this on one's own.<br />
if you approach this problem fully armed you have a good chance of besting it.
I struggle with those same feelings. Through therapy I have learned that the feelings are not my reality. <br />
Also finding out where those feelings came from helps a lot to understand them and turn them around. It's hard work but you do get over them
It's who you think you are right now. At your age, a lot of things can be hormonal. Apart from that, go to see a therapist. You need not feel ashamed because as my therapist once told me, it takes a strong person to realise he or she has a problem too big for him/herself to handle and to go for help. Be strong and you might even find out more about who you are.<br />
Please seek help. It will make a world of difference.
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I respect your feelings and I respect you. It's very courageous of you to come out and tell us about the problem. <br />
You feel the cold and lonely pains of depression. I know it well, friend. I've battled it twice and came out on top both times. I can never tell you why your friends behave the way they do. I can only share my opinions, and my opinion is that your friends don't seem very nice if they don't respect you and can't honor a simple favor.<br />
You are not crazy, just a little hurt. Depression can be treated by medicine or by hobbies. Go out and play golf, go bowling, see movies, meet new people... I promise you'll feel a ton better doing stuff you enjoy.<br />
And if it would make you feel better, you can talk with me if you need to. I don't like hearing about people suffering from depression.
I know exactly what you feel like,not very good at all,I wish you my sincere wishes for a speedy recovery from your problems,take care.