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pi
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   Posted 3/31/2011 6:28 AM (GMT -6)   
 hi, ive never done this but could with some help. i didnt want to see a gp straigt away- ive recently split with my bf after 4 years after it going down hill through work. i work on a very busy yard with horses and find it very difficult to do anything else.
im tired, very emotional and keep breaking down in tears or get really cross over stupid things ive tried rescue remmedy and various other things to relieve stress but nothing works.
i feel really pathetic and fell like i need to get overmyself, but this seems to make things worse and even when people are encouraging me i feel like they are laughing behind my back or i dont believe what they say,
what should i do??

getting by
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   Posted 3/31/2011 8:27 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Pi,

Welcome to the HealingWell Depression forum. You have come to a good place.

Do you go to any counseling??? I feel that it is very important to our recovery. Check with your doctor and see if they have any recommendations. Either that or a psychiatrist could be great help. You need a little outside professional help right now and I would like to see you get that.

Keep posting and know that we all care about you. I hope that you feel better soon. I am sorry about your break up. These things happen. But it sounds like you have some history with this person.

Best wishes for a beautiful day.

Hugs, Karen
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theHTreturns...
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   Posted 4/1/2011 1:56 AM (GMT -6)   
pi, i agree with karen. therapy is really helping me. i do see a psychiatrist less frequently to tweek the meds and advise how i am going. you have done well in coming here, keep being brave and seek some assistance. with much healing compassion. jamie
SCHIZO-AFFECTIVE DISORDER, EMOTIONALLY UNSTABLE PERSONALITY DISORDER, BORDERLINE TYPE -AXIS 2 , BI-POLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER AXIS 1

REMEMBER TO LOVE YOU. BE YOU AND BE TRUE.

benji
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   Posted 4/1/2011 4:48 AM (GMT -6)   
dont worry your not alone, im in the same boat. all my plans, goals etc involved him then all of a sudden he's gone. i cant deal with work or uni at the moment  but im still going through the motions because i have to, i keep having to sneak off to the toilet to cry in the cubicals cause it gets to much. every1 keeps saying it just takes time and i believe that, i know things will get better but at the moment it feels like the whole world is just falling apart. you just have to try and stay positive and not let it own you. try not to spend to much time alone or dwelling on the past, it will eat you up and therapy really does help i found just because its a completely objective outlet that lets you get it all off your chest without any judgment. excersise is good too i've been getting on the treadmill and lifting weights etc and found it a good way to take my mind off things. time is the only thing that can heal these wounds and we've got more than enough of that to get through this.
keep strong and stay positive

Precious Gem
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   Posted 4/1/2011 7:23 AM (GMT -6)   
Maybe you do just need to get all the things bottled up out! If you are really down, it would probably help you. I think we all have to find the path to wellness. I used to whine alot about everything that was going wrong in my life, people at work started avoiding me, understandably so. One day I said enough is enough. It took quite a while to get to a good and manageable place in my life, and what worked for me may not work for someone else. Try and stay positive, you are not alone. Search for what makes you well and try to stop focusing on it all the time. Diverting your attention by helping someone else or taking up a hobby or just allowing yourself time to be worry free can all help.

Gem
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