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Post by Sexy Kitten on Thu Mar 05, 2009 2:59 pm

Blah blah fucking blah.

Is how i feel today, cant be arsed doing nothin yet dont want to not do anything.

Hate feeling like this, need to get out of my shell talk to you more start having fun and laughing again.

But I have a day where i feel i can see a flash of light but then the rest of the week that light seems to go further and further away from my reach. I just dunno what I can do to get the old me back, i want me back i want to be that happy smiley caring person again.

My dr has increased my happy pills but dunno if there is enough dosh to get em, he has referred me to see someone not sure who but its not a counsellor maybe its the men in white coats. He has taken me off diet pills as he thinks me trying to loose weight is an added pressure that i dont need at min, so i just hope i dont put it all back on.

Oh i dunno what to do, anyone wanna kick me up the rear? but then again u may loose ur foot if ya do that maybe a shove.
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Post by lazergun on Thu Mar 05, 2009 11:39 pm

im talkin to you now but just wanna give you hugs hug

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Post by Shiny on Sat Mar 07, 2009 2:47 pm

i'm reading a book you might wanna borrow Norms, it's by sally brampton who's quite well known (she set up elle magazine). She had horrendous experiences with depression and she's written a book about it. I've just finished it, and found it helpful. Shout if you want me to stick it in the post to you.

It's incredibly hard when it's got that intense hold of you, but babe it IS good that you're getting little glimpses of light.

The things I find helpful, and I still have to force myself to do them even now, are - (and different things work for different people)
getting going as soon as i wake up, rather than dozing in bed. Dozing makes me worse
Doing just one little thing, anything. Action definitely makes a difference.
Keeping a gratitude list, writing down each night things that you appreciate or are grateful for. Sometimes you have to 'pretend' cos in the grips of depression you lose all connection with anything, but even writing down a load of stuff that normally would give you a lift, is sometimes enough to break through the dark cloud and let some light in
Going for a walk. Movement helps.
Fish oil - only recently started this and it's making a big difference
Keeping contact with people. YOu can be selective with this and maybe just choose people you know understand, until you feel a bit stronger
I have a mantra that I say to myself - 'this too will pass'. Cos it will.
Doing something that uses the rational side of your brain, eg a crossword. This sometimes (not always) can flip your brain into the more rational mode instead of the emotional mode, which can help)

If i remember any more, i'll add them.

It sounds like he's maybe referring you to a mental health specialist. I was gonnna ask if he'd done this already. Cos GPs are just that. General practitioners. They don't necessarily have the specialist knowledge to treat mental health problems.

Oh, in that book I mentioned, she said that it's been proven that fish oil can help people who aren't responding to anti depressants. It somehow or other makes the brain more responsive to the treatment.

I'm here for you hun, anytime you need to, just shout. It can be the hardest thing to reach out to someone when you feel like this, but that's when you need to do it most. And if you practice doing it, it does become easier with time. Bloody well done for doing it on here!!

You will get past this Norms. And you've got us all holding you whilst you get there hun. Never doubt that we're all rooting for you.

love you loads

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Post by Shiny on Sun Mar 08, 2009 3:27 pm

ps norms, do you know that you can buy an nhs prepayment certificate? If you're spending over a certain amount per month on prescriptions, it's really worth it. Means you have to fork out a bigger amount in one go, but it can save you lots. YOu can ask about it at any pharmacy and they'll have the forms and info. Might be worth taking a look hun

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Post by lazergun on Mon Mar 09, 2009 1:25 am

its 25 quid for the whole year, 9 quid for 4 mths.... i have to get one now cos my mat cert has expired Sad

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Post by Sexy Kitten on Mon Mar 09, 2009 6:08 pm

Thanks girlies I dunno what I do without you both. Me lurves ya long time.

Will the book make me worse hun? If u think it would help and dont mind posting it i will give it a read. Anything to make me feel better.

I hope he sending me to nut house tbh i could do with the break. I will have to try and get one of them thingys that u both said about as i pay almost 30 a month in chemist on prescriptions for both of us.

Anyway head gone dead and cant remember what else i was gonna say so i will return later and finish
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Post by Shiny on Thu Mar 12, 2009 11:15 pm

dunno hun. It made me feel bad to start with, but by the end it made me feel better.... Dunno whether to suggest waiting till you feel a bit better or not. Cos i was feeling ok when i started it and it had a bad effect on me at first. But whether it would do that if you're already feeling bad, i'm not sure.

Not much help that was it?!

You can pick up a form at any pharmacy, saves you loads

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