Things stuck in my head

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Twiggy2
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   Posted 9/18/2007 7:10 AM (GMT -7)   
Haven;t posted in a while but doing so so, except that i got things stuck in my head again and want them out. I know it;s weird and it bothers me too but not sure how to go about dealing with it, i try to redirect my thoughts on postive thinking house work etc but still pops in my head once and a while and haven;t been able to talk to my hubby about because we barely see each other because of work. We are in financial distress, kids are really getting to me lately i donlt see my pysch doc until the 27th this month. Can anyone relate to the things stuck in the head help to convince me that im normal and they may eventually go away. Or suggest ideas how to deal with the situation. Anyway thanks talk later Twiggy2
 
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Hiya. I have just edited to put a subject on the thread so that you get more people replying. Darren

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   Posted 9/18/2007 7:29 AM (GMT -7)   

Hiya Twiggy,

Its nice to see you posting again and I am glad to hear that things are not bad, although I understand they are not good either. With regards to your problem, I would suggest tackling one problem at a time. If you take on too much at once, you will surely lose and that will make things worse. Solve a couple of easy problems first to help get your confidence up. As for your "Am I normal?" question, I would say you are. These things happen to us all.

All the best

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   Posted 9/19/2007 4:45 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Twiggy
Welcome back,I was wondering how you were doing.

I too have the thoughts that seem to be stuck there. And it causes the depression to get way worse I know.
Darren is right,try tackling one thing at a time.

If my thoughts are my past coming back to haunt me,I try to deal with it,or push it out of my mind. It is hard though,and I wish I could just erase my mind and move on.

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Twiggy2
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   Posted 9/23/2007 9:45 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks totally wish that there was a way to get rid certain memories but unforntualy there isn;t so i do what i can to block out. I had a bad anxiety attack the other day due to personal issue tried to deep breath and evertyhing couldn;t calm, i knew what was happening and went to the hospital my pulse rate was 98 and had heavienss in my chest and was sick, i saw a crisis worker and the doc gave me ativan and oxygen through the nose for about 2 and hours then i was sent home, I see my pysch doc on thurs and maybe i am going to request a mild dose of valium at night or something, i will have to stop taking the baclofen though as it is suppose to me a muslce relaxant but does nothing for the muscle spasms i have in my back uggghhh anyway thanks for listening talk to ya all later Twiggy2.

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   Posted 9/23/2007 10:08 PM (GMT -7)   
Twiggy2,
 
It's odd that I should come across your post because I have just been sitting here saying prayers, asking God to please help me to not dwell upon a certain person in my past.  It keeps me so stuck and makes my depression so much worse.  A lot of times when I pray about it repeatedly, it does go away and then I get it back in my head.  I make myself miserable this way.  So, I guess for me, I need to get back to praying harder.
 
If anyone else has any other answers, please let Twiggy2 and I know.
 
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Twiggy2
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   Posted 9/24/2007 9:07 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello anotherday nicwe to meet u, somedays i can go for days with out flashbacks or memories that pop into my head and there are other days that i have to make them go away. Some things that might help is talking to someone, writing on paper, reassure yourself as much as possible that it;s just a memory and it will soon pass. anotherday would you be offended if i ask you if you are meds. anyway keep in touch and maybe we can beat this together Twiggy2.

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   Posted 9/24/2007 10:54 PM (GMT -7)   
Twiggy2,
 
I don't mind to tell you that I take Celexa and have taken it for a number of years.  You are right about journaling.  I used to do it on a regular basis and just haven't done it for a while.  I think you have just given me the incentive to get started again.  I've had a better day today.  How about you?
 
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Twiggy2
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   Posted 9/25/2007 10:43 PM (GMT -7)   
Been ok thanks, I am glad that i may have inspired you to restart journaling i really should start and stick with it i tried it once before but never really got into it i thinks it time even if i miss entries here and there it;s something. Also gald that your day went well, one step one dya at a time, anyway easier said than done take care and hugggsss Twiggy2
 
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