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Medication and therapy helps, but not enough. As in the past episodes I have to find my way through the maze never knowing when or if it will end. Have you talk to your doctor? I myself battle depression. I have been on many medications over the years. There was a lot of trial and error before I found one that worked and seem to make a real difference in my day-to-day life.
Over the past few months I have been struggling again I feel like it will never end however I know I need to talk to my doctor and see what medication may be added to my daily regimen to get rid of this feeling. I to struggle if something is too complex.
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It is overwhelming. But simple things are just too much sometimes.
The holidays can make it worse in my opinion. Just make sure you let your doctor know maybe they could add something or adjust something to help you. I hope things are getting better for you just remember there are other people out there just like you.
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Yes I have talked to my Doctor been through rounds of medication. Mirtazipine helps but does not get me functional Enough to work. I am going to try generic Deplin, Methlypro soon.
Thanks for responding. I know how difficult it can be to deal with depression. It comforts me to know that God cares.
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He does not cause suffering. Revelation 3,4. These people who believe in this particular god.. Jo, That is terrible. Find another church. I found a non-denominal church 3 years ago that has changed my life. Evah, I am appreciating the religious references. Obviouly, the people here talking about religion, want to discuss depression in terms including religion.
There is nothing more practical than religion. Sounds like you prefer the science of depression. I prefer you do not tell people to leave out of their comments, something as pertenant as religion. Its helping me. Jeff, what I have learned over several years of trial and mostly error, is that trauma is stored in the body. As such, talk therapy and medications that target specific areas of the brain related to chemical imbalances will only serve as temporary coping mechanisms.
To really re-write the brain look up neuroplasticity , a person with a history of trauma PTSD included needs to process the trauma through some modality that engages the body. He outlines several modalities, such as EMDR, and talks about how they work on the brain. Finding the right therapist is key. Sonja, Thank you for this information. In going to follow up with that book. My last pain doctor mentioned EMDR to me, but them told me my pain was in my head! A new doctor sent me for CT Scans which showed several cysts and 2 vertebrae pushing on my spinal cord. But I will now. Thanks for your post!
I do believe in my God.
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Not human. I do suffer a lot of my own thoughts misconceptions , believing wrong people that were with my best interests. They provide jobs for more poll pushing. I need help that works not dulls me. Being addicted to drugs and booze. Not good. I have just received news that a cyst formed on my brain that causes seizures. I had a good job had to leave. Due to the fact my DL is being suspended. Every day is filled with a cloudy outlook.
Any suggestions anyone. Thank you for listening. Really feel your pain! Try and keep talking! So hope things work out for you! This cycle is infuriating but I hope it turned out well for you. After years of feeling so alone, and wanting to die rather than live, I came to the conclusion that I might have depression in just the last two months. I feel so lost, and so broken. It constantly feels like the only real solution is to end it all.
It feels like not only my life and happiness are in the hands of an unknown source, but my future as well. Thank you for making me feel less alone, Byron. I hope you can feel it through these words. You are loved, man. Just hang in there.
This may be a little late, and you may never even see this. But I am 18 years old who has had a bad life since a young child. Neglected by my mother who has depression and major bipolar. It was never her will, but simply her problems led her to.. I was too young to really know what depression was but I was not a happy child. I started dating this girl, and we ended up having a really toxic relationship, ending up getting us both introuble, we dated for a year with eachother, with constant toxicity, and it broke me down.
I became so sad again and gatherd self hatred for myself because I broke stuff out of anger..
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I hurt myself and broke things during the relationship, her things, that I really regret. She admitted she cheated on me during the relationship and that broke me.. My dad has always had serious health issues and auto immune problems so it made me feel even worse. I made it and got it done. This was only a few days after grad, and I was separated from my childhood friends.