It helps me understand better and it helps them to not feel so isolated. It will help us all. My heart is with you. They even run courses how to work the equipment! Thank you so much for sharing. Meanwhile, you are a source of inspiration. But none are quite like my situation and I could really use some direction when they need me the most.
There are a few things that come when my depression gets really bad. Anyway, please never stop sharing. Warm fuzzy blanket hugs to you. But those symptoms you are describing, those physical symptoms at least, are some of the exact same ones I am dealing with. Honestly your posts on mental health help me so much.
I found out very quickly what it meant to be a college student and an independent adult. Seeing the strength you have gives me hope. I am unable to focus, I am apathetic, and I weep at the drop of a hat. We benefit from your grace, humor and candor. Took second-most-important papers and back-up hard drives for our computers the next day. However, while they are the most important people for you to reach, they are not the only ones. We should not be quiet about it, and you being so bold encourages the rest of us to do the same.
It reminds my wife and me that we are not alone. Never feel bad about posting on mental health — if you are able to, it helps us know we are not alone. That was such a gift. Please keep the fight going. I deal with bipolar depression and anxiety daily and reading your blog helps me feel less alone. You are the reason I finally sought help for anxiety.
I hope you get something back from the help you give us. Mine is auto immune that has gone haywire. I will continue to work the program. So here we go again. The fact that you talk about it makes me able to talk about it.
You have such an amazing gift of communication and a great means of getting the messages out. It is comforting to know I am not the only one with these issues. Jenny, you are brilliant, loving, funny as hell, as fucked up as the rest of us are and still fighting for yourself and your family and all of us. I too have bad depression. Usually when this happens I wait it out. Baby steps is what I always tell my mother in law. Please let us know how your doc appointment goes.
Oh, one more thing, of course you should keep your appointment. Please keep talking about this because others who are struggling need to know they are not alone. But I think it helps — both you, and all of us. I am not tired of hearing about it. One of the longest running New Age outlets on the South Coast.
Seeing someone else talk about these things helped me learn to talk about my own struggles. Talk about them so much it becomes a relatively normal topic, not one that shocks people or makes people uncomfortable. Keep fighting becuase there is a light at the end. Liked by Mamacita recently posted. Try to remember that in the darkness. A new podcast of dark and creepy tales read aloud by the author, meant to chill and make you think at the same time.
Descending a jump-up, we were confronted by a vast ocean of sclerophyllous green, studded by the distant remnant buttes of the Victoria River catchment. The Calm Mom — Calming Bottles: Soothes anxiety, timeouts, and tantrums in kids! Did you ever read The Nothing Box? It doesnt get old hearing it because it is a beacon in the dark fir me, that another amazing human is out there winning her fight. We love having you here and it makes a difference in all our lives. So please never worry about writing about mental health, and sharing your struggles-because today is exactly the day that someone needs to know that it can go away, just as it comes. Your blog helpeed me through it, helped me feel less alone, and you often told me exactly what I neede to hear.