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  • Anonymous left a Comment

    So many people disregard mental health, but mental help is extremely important. It's amazing how a persons mindset can influence their life. Maybe you can talk to a therapist? It's their jobs to listen and the good therapists will care about their patients feelings and health. And about being tired, that's completely normal. Having a anxiety and depression can definitely lead to physical symptoms like fatigue. I hope that soon a loved one or professional takes your emotional health seriously because that is something very dangerous to neglect. Believe in yourself. You're stronger than you feel at the moment. You'll see once you push through it.

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    You have us. And I understand that's not enough, but maybe it's something? Look, you're problems are completely understandable. They are real, and they suck, and I am sorry for you. I wish I could do more than lend an ear. I do want to say that my mom is a psychiatrist, and I know she does a lot for people. So, I think that talking to a mental help physician will help. You really should try it out. And as for the husband thing? You should stop asking. Is there ever a time when you are home and he isn't? Take the batteries out of the remote. Or do something to the tv to make sure it doesn't work, but that is an easy fix. And then, make him talk to you before he gets the chance to fix whatever it is. Tell him how hard it is to try and talk to him about this kind of thing. Tell him what it feels like to be in your position. Chances are, he'll listen. And if he doesn't, find someone better. What you really need is someone to listen to you, and it could be a friend, a professional, or your husband. You'll figure it out, just keep looking. Best of wishes!

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    Find yourself again! You said you are married, that doesn't mean lose you! You do not have children yet (if you want them) now is the time to remember you and not to focus on what you "don't " have. Remember why you got married and remember who you are and then maybe you'll find what you need. We are all to quick to say we are depressed when in truth our reality is to much to bear.... you have NOTHING but you to worry about, maybe someone to answer to- but your worry is all your own.... I'm no doctor and possibly extra help is needed but first try to help yourself before relying on another to fix/help you.... maybe a thyroid test after no other options- only food for thought- NOT discounting your feelings.