cme1007 - All My Days Are Bad

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   Posted 6/20/2009 8:00 AM (GMT -6)   
Posted  by cme1007 on 6/20/09 @ 4:50 AM CDT
Hey there everyone.

All of my days are bad ones.I ve been suffering depression and anxiety sense i was a child. Its not till i was old enough to know what was going on that i knew something about me wasnt right. Im 30 now, and have hit rock bottom, and have been there for a long time. Ive been in denial and have continued to ignore and surpress how i feel. Im now about to see my fifth pychologist, and i just cant be bothered going through it all again....,i had just trusted my last therapist, but she decided t was best for me to see someone else who is more qualified.
I felt sad when it ended, because i actually liked her. I dont have any friends, i wouldnt know how to have a friend. People scare me.
Im lost and cant seem to see a way through this .
Anyway thats just a bit about whats going on with me.

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   Posted 6/20/2009 9:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi CME1007,

The thirties can be difficult years, but then again, they can be good ones. I would call them learning years.

I think what your therapist did was good for you. She probably didn't feel qualified enough to help you. So try to move forward with this. I know that it is hard, but I am sure that she chose a good therapist for you. She did this to help you, I am sure. So give it a try. I hope that she picked out a good therapist for you.

I was a loner for many years, especially in my thirties, but I was discovering myself. And that is important for us to do. I think that this is your time to get to know yourself. So go slow and take life as it comes. One day at a time, and try to stay in the moment.

Don't give up on the psychologist. Takie advantage of it. Help yourself in these ways. And if you have trouble talking to them, write down the things that you want to discuss and carry it with you. You will fidn that really helps.

I wish you a very good day. I know that you said that all of your days are bad days, but that can easiely change. But you have to work at it too. I know that you will get through this, it sin't easy, believe me, I know. I have been there.

Take care my friend. Best wishes.

Hugs, Karen
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   Posted 6/20/2009 1:43 PM (GMT -6)   

I totally agree with what Karen said, and I hope you will stick with it and give the new psychologist a try. It took me a few tries with different psychologists until I found the right one, and she has helped me in more ways than I can even describe. Karen's advice about taking notes with you to appointments is really good....I do that, too, and it helps me to stay focused when I am feeling overwhelmed, and it also helps my psychologist to learn what issues are important to me. Like you, I have had depression and anxiety issues since I was a child, and there were times when I thought things would never get better.....but, thankfully, they have.....and I believe they will for you, too. I'm glad you came to the forum, and I hope you will keep posting with us.
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   Posted 6/20/2009 10:53 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey , thankyou for welcoming me to the forum. Ive read some interesting posts, so far. Iam thankful for your replies , just to know there is someone out there who listens and understands at this time is extremely helpful to me.
Yes my new psychologist is supposed to be really good, i go and see her around the 9th of july, im scared again, but really i have nothing to lose either.
I do write things down and take to my sessions because yep, usually when i get there i sit there like a stuffed toy, and no words will come out.
Love to you all
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