this is my first post on here and i have been reading into some of the posts i have seen so far. i have never been diagnosed with depression but i feel as if i have similar feelings as some of those posting on this site and forum. i have not gone as far as to thinking about committing suicide but i still do have some questions i need answered. in the past i have gone from relationship to relationship without missing a wink in between. recently i just became single. (of my own doing) i broke up with my girlfriend of 9 months. it has only been a couple of days but now i find myself feeling more and more down by the moment and as you can see by the time on this posting i have not been able to sleep well. i have never felt this way unless i do not have a significant other to share my time with. i spend time with my 2 yr old daughter but even though i love her i still feel empty inside. i know that my prior relationship was not the cause of these feelings. but i need some advice. i live with my parents but i dont feel as if i can discuss this with them but rather with complete strangers. i know there has to be more people out there that feel the same as me but i really am just looking for some advice.
Hi there, I just want to say, I fully understand how it feels to be sinking and wondering how far it's gonna go. My mom has also gone through the same experience. When she was single, even thow she had us, she still felt empty on the inside. She now takes medication for it, not to say that yours is gonna drag on. I don't know if you've read my topics, but I went through a year of severe anxiety and depression and have 100% cured. I don't take drugs, supplements, treatments, therapy or anything. I realized that I had sunk into it in a very short period of time, so I started to question and analyze what happend in that time. What I found was that I had been emotionally abused and neglected. I guessed that I must of retained those negative emotions that I had experienced in that time, so I looked for a treatment or technique that would release them... It was all too surreal at the time but now I fully understand that it happens to almost everybody. When I found a treament that released negative emotoins called 'negative emotional release treament' the doctor that practiced it explained that the ENERGY SYSTEM (as real as any part of the body) gets disrupted by unhealthy relationships.... neglect, put-downs, let-downs, break-ups, yelling, abuse etc .. Negative energy (emotions) actually get stuck in the energy system and blocks positive energy(happiness) from flowing through. When I was releasing my negative energy I could actually feel it leave my body.. It was an intense tingling sensation through every part of my body.... my hands curled up and my face went numb even. I had to take four treaments to get all of the blocked energy out of the energy system, but now I have emotional freedom for the rest of my life or until something like that happens again. I am now happier that I ever have been in my life. I have gained all of the confidence I only dreamed of and stand up for myself now.... Maby if you could look back through your life and try to think of any times where you felt negative emotions... most people retain some when they just get out of highschool because they feel lonely or bored and those emotions actually retain in them.... For now do a google search on the energy system and you can get an idea of how real it really is and what effect it has on the body and mind.. Please get back to me soon and we can converse some more about this.... you'll be alright... talk to ya soon..
Hi, welcome to this forum. You've done in coming here and sharing your thoughts and feelings.
in the past i have gone from relationship to relationship without missing a wink in between. recently i just became single. (of my own doing) i broke up with my girlfriend of 9 months. it has only been a couple of days but now i find myself feeling more and more down by the moment and as you can see by the time on this posting i have not been able to sleep well. i have never felt this way unless i do not have a significant other to share my time with.
Hi, don't feel bad for feeling that something is missing in your life. But understand the reasons that made you break up and that you can live by yourself. It's normal to have periods of depression and sadness, but you can make your days brighter, by focusing in other things. Having a partner is not always good... *hug*