how do i stop the depression again??????

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damagedgoods41
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   Posted 7/5/2010 11:39 PM (GMT -7)   
 Hi i haven't posted for some time but feel the need to get some advice again???  I'm suffering from chronic pain again as i'm waiting for my gallbladder to be removed in the next couple of week's. The problem is im starting to get depressed again and am having terrible trouble controlling my mood's? One minute i'm fine then the next i'm lashing out with burst's of anger and it's scaring me. I'm trying so very hard to control my anger and frustration but it's coming out all WRONG!! I hate feeling this way and wish it would just STOP!!!  I cant work as the doctor's have told me i cant until i have the surgery, it's sending me insane in the head and i do not know what to do anymore. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!
 
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    redroses3
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       Posted 7/6/2010 5:29 AM (GMT -7)   
    that's really tough. my heart goes out to you.

    maybe find something you can do for fun/hobby that will engage your mind and distract you?

    getting by
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       Posted 7/6/2010 7:45 AM (GMT -7)   
    Hi Beverly,

    I am happy that you posted here, but so sorry you are having such a difficult time. Try to occupy your mind until the surgery comes. Maybe get some good books to read or something like that, puzzles, wordgames. I know that you are in pain so walking might be difficult.

    Know that we all do care about you here. So keep posting and let us know how you are doing. I am sorry that you have to have the surgery, but you will feel so much better afterwards.

    Take care my friend. Know that we are all here for you.


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    sea glass
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       Posted 7/6/2010 9:09 AM (GMT -7)   
    Wow, I am really sorry that you are feeling that way. I went thru similar mood swings awhile ago but it was a reaction to one of the medications the dr had me on. Is that a possibility? If it is really just the stress of the surgery, I agree with what the others that posted to you about reading good books, word puzzles, etc. I recently discovered audio books. It can be relaxing to close your eyes and listen to someone read to you. Or maybe start a journal? Write down all your angry and upsetting thoughts ? Sometimes writing can be a good outlet. I hope you find something that brings you a little peace.
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