Peacesoul is right sweetie, that caffiene will be making things worse and protein bars are not meals. I just want to give you a huge, big hug, I know what you are going through, but anorexia is a huge, huge battle. You need to focus on one thing at a time. Try some soup, it really helped me when I was in that dark place when food was so, so scary. It can be low cal, and nutritious and doesn't give you that scary "full tummy" feel.
I sorry about the fight with your momma, that can't be helping you. Sweetie, just focus on getting through today, eating a little, doing what needs to be done right now. Let tommorow take care of itself. You know you have support here and at home. If you need to fall, your family will catch you. If you don't eat..you will get sick. Bigtime. Gentle steps, small sips. Huge hugs
Bless, hang in,
Hey there, I have been answering your posts on the depression forum.
Remember the big red stop sign to picture in your mind when you start to stray into the "stinkin thinkin" Well get it out and picture it.............you are not going to die. You are way to wise to just give up. I know you have been through a lot and perhaps it is time to start letting the feelings in and then right back out again.
Stay in the moment. Challenge your negative thinking with positive statements and realistic thinking. When encountering thoughts that make you feel fearful or depressed, challenge those thoughts by asking yourself questions that will maintain objectivity and common sense.
Believe, Rachel..................just Believe.
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
I am so sorry you are still feeling so down and I am trying to remember if you are seeing a therapist. It feels to me like you have to many things going on to try to get through this depression by yourself. Please look into therapy.
Did you try the MoodGYM, CBT online site...........it is free and people that cannot afford a therapist for whatever reason have found this to be very helpful. Here is the link for you: http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome
Remember you will do best by setting small goals and taking babysteps to overcome your depression, it takes patience and if you are like many of us it is hard to be patient but I believe in you and will continue to pray for you.