Thread: im so depressed.
8/25/2005 11:38pm, #1
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im so depressed.
i figured this would go in health. because depression is a health topic.
i just got to college up here in reno. i miss my boyfriend so much. i am so nervous i can't eat- im always sick. i can't sleep because im crying. everyone is nice and friendly and wanting to have fun and invite me too. but i can't have fun. what the hell is wrong with me. im so depressed. i can't focus and im depressed all the time. and sometimes, i just start crying. i have been diagnosed with depression before and have been off meds for.....about.....8 months now. im proud to be off it. i quit by myself. i thre out all the meds. i weaned off it. i don't know. im so depressed. im worried. someone just talk to me. please
8/25/2005 11:43pm, #2Originally Posted by shadowcat
8/25/2005 11:46pm, #3
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This may not be the best forum for you, talk to someone flesh and blood if you need to talk.Who, for Pete’s sake! Is opposing science? In fact, we want MORE science by CRITICALLY ANALIZING the evidence-Connie Morris, Kansas State BOE (bolding and underlining part of original quote, red is my emphasis)
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8/25/2005 11:57pm, #4
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If you are really very nervous and depressed, you should call up someone on the phone that you can really trust - mabey your parents or siblings, or a good friend. The weekend is coming up, so it will give you a chance to escape a little bit. Try to get out and be alone by yourself a little bit, and gather your emotions. Whenever I am feeling like this I like to get up and go for a long walk.
If you really take pride in being off your meds, then stick off them if you can, but don't feel ashamed if you have to go back on them. Depression is a disease, no one feels ashamed of having to take anti-biotics, so you shouldn't feel that way about having to take medication for depression.
p.s. Mega-jesus san, I love you most of the time, but when it is obvious that someone is really suffering, and they have a medical condition which worsens that suffering, it is just a terrible thing to try and worsen that suffering in any way.
8/26/2005 12:02am, #5Originally Posted by AikidoDeadlines
but when it is obvious that someone is really suffering, and they have a medical condition which worsens that suffering, it is just a terrible thing to try and worsen that suffering in any way.
Speaking of the internet, I generally refuse to believe stories of suffering and woe, since I have yet to find one that wasn't just attention mongering.
Last edited by MEGA JESUS-SAMA; 8/26/2005 12:05am at .
8/26/2005 12:07am, #6she's asking strangers for social interaction, and strangers on the internet at that.
8/26/2005 12:08am, #7
When you first get to college this kind of thing is common. You just left one life behind and are starting another. The fact that you have a boyfriend makes things worst. If you have to go back on Meds then do it, it is a medical issue not some test of will or strength. I am sorry you feel so bad but things will get better, you will meet new people, find new friends, and be just fine.
8/26/2005 12:22am, #8
My ex was a crazy bitch who was hiding it until she went off her meds. I've been ignoring her since we split but for 4 weeks she kept text messaging and emailing me, it was disgusting.
Anyway, I don't remember what my point was, but I think it was something like: please don't be crazy.Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
8/26/2005 12:35am, #9Originally Posted by shadowcat
Lastly: I caught your boyfriend cheating on you with Mega Jesus. It's true. You'd better just forget about him and stop being depressed. Your boyfriend, that is.
8/26/2005 12:38am, #10Originally Posted by MEGA JESUS-SAN