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Tamara79
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   Posted 6/28/2005 9:06 AM (GMT -7)   
Well I'm kinda new the depression forum. I have put posts on a coulpe other forums but not here. I feel the ned to vent and I know all of you would understand. I have been dealing with depression for about 5 or 6 years. I am on meds and seem to be doing pretty good. Things lately are reminding me of a snow globe when you turn it upside down and shake it. I guess you can say I have been overwhelmed. Last night was not a good night. I have not been that bad for some time. All I wanted to do was crawl in bed, pull the overs over my head and never come out. I could not stop crying, and to top it all off I saw my Dr. yesterday and he didn't make things better. I seem to be doing a bit better today but part of me still wants to hybernate. Thanks for letting me ramble. have ag ood day everyone 

AlwaysRosie
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   Posted 6/29/2005 6:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Tamara!!

Welcome to the Depression forum. I hear what your saying. I think a little up and down is a good thing. So you can really feel life. Sometimes the meds work in a way that people feel kindof too level. I hope you snap back well. what happened at the docs?? I am imagining that he didn't hear you very well. If you are on some of the other boards, do you have chronic illness?

I totally relate to the hybernation thing. That's how I go down too.

I hope you feel better as the days go on.

Blessings!
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Tamara79
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   Posted 6/29/2005 7:38 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Rosie....

Thank's for understanding. I started coming to Healingwell beacuse my boyfriend has Crohn's Disease and is in the middle of a bad flare. Since I did't know he had this or what it was I wanted to learn all I could about it. I thought since I was here I am going to see if other people are going through some of the same things I so when it comes to my ADD, OCD, depression and anxiety attacks....So far Everyone has been super nice and helpful. It's a great place. As far as my Dr. goes, I just think shrinks are kinda strange that's why I have a therapist. I see the shrink fo rmy meds and the therapist for support. With my bf being sick right now and wanting to do his thing alone we are taking what I guess you can call a time out and my Dr. thinks the being in limbo isn'g good for OCD or anxiety. It hasn't been to bad since I have been busy and doing my own thing but I do see where he is coming from. Bun in a nice way he told me to "crap or get off the pot". I just didn't think it was to nice. I have rambled enough...thanks for listening. :)

AlwaysRosie
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   Posted 6/30/2005 7:29 PM (GMT -7)   
Tamara . . . I always prefer to know what a person is thinking. It's better that he comes right out and says how he is feeling. That way you can decide how to deal with it. Hope things work out well!!

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Tamara79
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   Posted 7/1/2005 8:23 AM (GMT -7)   
I agree with knowing how one is feeling and I know how both the Dr. and the bf are feeling so it's allowing me to make the best decisions I can with what information I have.
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