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ScaredOfLife

Arcanist
Jul 9, 2018
441
I think anxiety and depression should not be written-off as less painful than chronic illness. I hate it when some suicidal people ignore the pain of people with depression and anxiety, as if our suffering is less than theirs.
 
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shadow11

Wizard
Jul 31, 2018
620
I have been sick for almost 2 yrs plus have debilitating anxiety cant even leave the house. This is no life, have to find a way out soon.
 
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accidentaldeath

Student
May 29, 2018
107
Yes, it's been 3 years with extreme depression and anxiety, at the beginning I was able to keep going forward thanks to the "happines pills" which turned me on a zombie. Now no pills can do anything for me and it's reaching an extreme. I just keep trying to move on hoping one day it eventually starts to get better, but it only gets worse. So just really waiting for the moment I can't handle it anymore, and I'm often surprised with myself on how much emotional pain and anxiety I've been through, once I can finally RIP I'm sure I deserved it.
 
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shadow11

Wizard
Jul 31, 2018
620
Yes, it's been 3 years with extreme depression and anxiety, at the beginning I was able to keep going forward thanks to the "happines pills" which turned me on a zombie. Now no pills can do anything for me and it's reaching an extreme. I just keep trying to move on hoping one day it eventually starts to get better, but it only gets worse. So just really waiting for the moment I can't handle it anymore, and I'm often surprised with myself on how much emotional pain and anxiety I've been through, once I can finally RIP I'm sure I deserved it.
 
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accidentaldeath

Student
May 29, 2018
107
The pills are what turned me into this now trying to get off of them but dont know if I'm permanently damaged. So tired and angry
Permanently damaged why? I managed to leave them, it's hard but trust me, stay strong and you will, once you stay some time away of them effects dissapear, I left them because they were extremly addictive and they turned me into a zombie and lot of secondary effects. At the beginning they were ok as I was less deppresive but when some time passed I was as sad as before the pills + addiction + secondary effects and beign a zombie all day
 
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shadow11

Wizard
Jul 31, 2018
620
Thank you for that. I just wondered if my brain would heal from the antipsychotics . I never needed them all I have is anxiety. I am tapering them down but it just feels like I'll never get off them and I want the pain of it all to stop
 
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Imaginos

Full-time layabout
Apr 7, 2018
638
I feel like I come here more out of habit than anything else at this point. Just turning the proverbial release valve on all the toxic. negative sludge rolling around inside my head, through the random crap I post about. That's basically all I do on this site and is, more or less, the only value it has for me.
 
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Suicideisnirvana

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Aug 4, 2018
312
For me it's mainly solitude, ugliness because of losing my hair and lack of drive resulting from that, isolation etc. Depression resulted from that, it's not a cause per se, in the exceptional 2 months when i had a gf for instancei felt happy and motivated. I'm only speaking for myself here, but my "depression" if there is any depression is mainly a situational depression, caused by real life factors, by an objectively shitty life of isolation and mediocrity and lack of bonding, not by "chemical imbalances" those are the results, not the cause.