Very depressed

I’ve been very depressed. I have just been sleeping a lot in the last day. Not able to do much of anything, my anxietys super high and the depressions really bad.
Today though I have to go up to the hospital to visit the nurses from the weekend team. I’m going up there at 2 PM.
Then I’m going to go visit my friend norma. I think it will do me good to get out of the house.
I need to get going now as I have a phone check in with Eileen. I am hoping she might be back to work this coming week.

Author: Carol anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

45 thoughts on “Very depressed”

  1. Dear Carol,

    I hope that this awful feeling will go away soon. Try to make a walk outside, breathe the fresh air slowly into your lungs and when you are home, make a black currant tea that calms you down a bit. Or take a long warm shower. Speak with friends. With some activities you can release this condition a bit. And maybe you have to force yourself even if you have a lack of power.

    Hugs and love
    Didi

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    1. Hi didi yes Iโ€™m going to force myself to get out today, I think I need to get out and see is people I need to see my friend and see the beautiful sky outside so yeah Iโ€™m going to get out I think

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      1. I’m sorry that life has not taught you compassion. I think the question is without discernment and is hurtful. Emotional intelligence means we are in touch with our emotions and can empathize with others. If you are willing to learn, that may be something to investigate.

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      2. Interesting that you use the word friend. It seems you have not read her history. Let’s walk a mile in her shoes for a moment; Carol Anne is a person who is blind. What would that be like? Would that add challenges to life? Then, she underwent severe physical violence against her as a child. I think she deserves kindness, compassion, and respect for her strength to survive.

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      3. You are welcome my dear. I think he didn’t realize that “why” questions are off-putting. But it was a bit much when the information is there to read on your site. You have enough on your plate without inconsiderate commenters stepping on your toes! Big hugs, R

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  2. Take care of yourself, itโ€™s all we all can do right now as the world is shaking loose so much suffering and weโ€™re feeling it all. Keep your vision high of wellness, freedom and merrimentโค๏ธ much love Barbara x

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  3. I’m reading a book that’s helping me a lot called, Growing Up Again by Jean Clarke and Connie Dawson. It gives affirmation statements for each phase of development growing up so we can nurture ourselves through the difficult spots.

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  4. Getting up and about – whatever you can to engage with those you love. Talking to a professional if you need. Talking on your blog as you have is also another great outlet for talking about and dealing with your issues. The fact that you are shows great courage!

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