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Eeyore 18/04/07(Sat)23:58 No. 5756 ID: fe9887
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Depression and anxiety are some of the most detrimental things to your outlook on life. I had an extremely traumatic event (don't ask because I won't answer) that put everything in my brain out of balance. Post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and almost all of their symptoms I'm going through right now.

When I discovered undeniably that I was gay, I went through a severe clinical depression that lasted 2 weeks. It turned my world upside down, and my will to live was progressively going downhill until one day I woke up and realized the chemicals rebalanced themselves out or whatever agent caused me to feel better.

If there is a God, I beg and pray to feel good again. We don't realize what we have until they are gone. Be grateful always for what you do have, even if it is the bare minimum. If I make it out from this spell, I will never take for granted happiness again.

What are some views on tapering off all medication and battling all the anxieties and depressions head-on until the emotions resolve themselves? I was in the hospital for suicide-watch patients for nearly a month due to this trauma and one woman with psychosis said to never bury your experiences because they will come back to bite you. Is the opposite of this to try to face all the emotions head-on without medication until you feel better? Or is medication the only way out? Is a slow tapering from medication the best solution to rebalance things out again? Is time truly the healer of all wounds?

Please help me. :'( Any advice that worked for you is greatly appreciated.


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Eeyore 18/04/10(Tue)06:53 No. 5757 ID: f7c90a

haha, fag


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Eeyore 18/04/11(Wed)02:24 No. 5758 ID: cd0208

>>5757
Dude, fuck off if you're gonna be a twat.


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Eeyore 18/04/11(Wed)07:19 No. 5759 ID: 2c04ab

I am working on hating myself less just a little bit at a time and it helps. I don't view the "self" as being a consistent thing but rather a procession stitched together by memories, so I remind myself that hating myself is just creating a worse vessel for the future me. I know it sounds like spiritual nonsense but I don't mean it that way, just hate yourself a little less every day since in the end you will be around yourself the most.

Sorry for rambling but I hope you find something useful in there.


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Eeyore 18/04/11(Wed)12:36 No. 5761 ID: a6027c

>>5759
I see what you mean, however, I find that as time goes on my hate only gets more broad.

I used to hate it when I made mistakes or behaved shamefully, then I hated it about myself that I am prone to making mistakes and shameful behavior, then I hated myself for being a shit person. I also hated it when other people made mistakes or behaved shamefully, and then I hated it about certain people that were prone to that, then I hated humanity for being a shit species.

Everyone must experience hate in their own unique way. In my case it's like a cancer. Not that I don't get over things, but even when I do the hate grows around them. Eventually I'll have nothing left but hate and hard spots.


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Eeyore 18/04/14(Sat)05:17 No. 5765 ID: 2c04ab

>>5761
my hate has been much the same, and I'm still working on hating others less, but I think it's more important to hate myself less. It does grow like a cancer but hopefully if you can hate just yourself a little less then even if you aren't happy you can feel a little more at peace. Good luck Is all I can really say I guess.



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