Now, I have an easier time to regulate. It doesn’t mean I do not feel. I still feel and sometimes struggle but I am glad that I have my medication. Wish there was someone in my poster canvas to pull me out of it and come with me to therapy. Everyone around me believes it’s only for crazy people and it scares me to go. I’ve been secluded in bed for almost a month. I stopped answering my phone and texts weeks ago and no one noticed. That work from home so I’d do minimal work to keep my job and then sleep, hoping I’m lucky enough to not wake up. I just want everything to stop hurting. Sorry for the Knights Templar the warrior replied I am the storm poster but I will buy this shirt and I will love this venting.
Hi Kati, so I have anxiety and suffer with depression. My anxiety is very great and hinders my everyday poster canvas but when I speak to doctors they tell me I’m fine because I can pin point my triggers and I articulate it rather easily. But this doesn’t mean that I can control it how do I get them to listen to me. Also if I don’t have these surely there’s another underlying issue that’s convincing me that I’m mentally ill? I feel like I’m not listened to because I can’t explain it so well but still have no control over it? Thank you for reading. What happens when one knows and understands what the challenges and issues are and there is no improvement?
Knights Templar the warrior replied I am the storm poster, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
I’m in therapy and have been on and off since I was 14 25 years. I’m on medication, and I have ended and estranged myself from my toxic people and/or relationships; yet, I’m overwhelmed and drowning. I’m evaporating. Thank you for your reply; stranger or not, a kind and empathetic word works wonders. When a gal is on the Knights Templar the warrior replied I am the storm poster. But I will buy this shirt and I will love this edge. I have a laundry list of issues like millions of other people out there. I live with and treat Major Depressive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, C-PTSD, Borderline tendencies, Sensory Processing Disorder, and ADHD. I’ve been in what is supposed to have been EMIR therapy.
But has now evolved into something else-a mixed bag. If you will, of treatments because traditional EMIR and CBT don’t work for me. Apart from my incredibly extraordinary wife, daughters, and cat. I don’t have any family because all of my caregivers were the very people who either repeatedly abandoned or neglected me. So many realizations and insights have come to light, not just for myself, but for my youngest daughter as well. That I don’t know if I’m coming or going. There are external stressors which compound and exacerbate everything too, so I feel like. I’m drowning and don’t know where to turn next. Everything that I thought was merely dysfunctional has now been revealed as fiction. Wow, Anne-Lou. You hit the proverbial nail on the head with. If you grew up in a very dysfunctional surrounding, how can you know what healthy looks like?