I can relate, I become really sad and sometimes I don't think I will make it through. My head starts spinning and thoughts start going a million miles a minute. I made a comment about
going to the hospital in a post and someone responded by saying something along the lines of, if it is going to save your life, it is worth it. I'm not sure if that helps at all. I don't have a kid, but I have a boyfriend and I worry about
the same thing (being a burden). He other day we got into an argument about
that. The strange thing was that he only gets upset when I don't tell him things. He said that if I were a burden, he'd be gone.
I'm sorry for rambling on about
my own story, I was trying to help by relating. Anyway, there is one thing that I posted on someone another forum and it sometimes works. When you feel like you can't do something or you need to overcome something, say an intensive day program, just remember that it is the same idea as this forum; the only difference is that it is not online. Everytime you make it through another day, or even accomplish a seemingly simple task, like getting out of bed in the morning, you have beat your depression. It's like a race. Reward yourself somehow, because you deserve it; you're important.
I hope this helps. Sorry for rambling. I never really know what to write on a reply, or how to say what I'm thinking, but I really hope it helps. We are all thinking about
I don't really know what's wrong with me.
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Post Edited (Tristantzara) : 7/28/2011 3:14:09 AM (GMT-6)