Posted by Val (184.108.40.206) on July 28, 2003 at 22:14:41:
In Reply to: Re: me me me posted by Dee (220.127.116.11) on July 28, 2003 at 15:58:15:
> I cry because I'm not happy and with reading Type 4 I can understand why. It's not easy being a feeler type of person. How everything makes me feel rather than how logical it is. I went to see a counsellor this afternoon and she says I am suffering from a mild form of depression that is continuous which I've probably always had my whole life. She has called my family doctor to advise her I need medication so I look forward to this help. And yes I do work and have large responsibilites at work and make a good living.
Dysthymia, Dee. My counselor said the same thing to me. Actually I've had several, being a rather rebellious patient. Meds are what they are, and they've been described to me as an adjunct, not a long-term solution. Just something to jump start your motor so you'll start being more receptive to what they suggest and more motivated to implement positive lfie changes. I am in NO way implying that I'm wonderful and cured. Really I'm in a pretty sad state. But I do know that whenever I want to climb up out of it, things like diet and rigorous exercise will work, along with volunteering and/or doing something purposeful/creative in my spare time.
I just um... don't feel like it. ;)
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