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Re: Medicines For Life

Posted by Pamela Kopeschka on October 30, 2000, at 9:21:04

In reply to Re: Medicines For Life allisonm, posted by noa on October 30, 2000, at 8:05:18

> > Do you mean avoiding situations that may evoke emotions?
> >
> Yep, you put it more clearly, that is what I meant.
> I still do this a lot, but not as much as I had been--keeping myself numb by playing computer games, for example, and avoiding situations that evoked feelings. Sleeping a lot, etc.

Hi, I am definitely avoiding situations that might cause problems.
I stay away from "people" and pretty much isolate myself, which I
know is considered a bad thing to do for depression, but I get so tired
of starting to feel good, and then getting upset about something and diving back

I work at home selling stuff on eBay most of the time, which already isolates
me. I have had to work as hard as I can in order to pay my bills, which is a constant
problem. But this seems to be better for me than working in an office or somewhere else.
I do not like to be around people, especially in any social situation where I feel
stuck and can't leave if I am upset. I have felt much better since I decided to live like
this. I just wish I had more money. I applied for disability about two or three years ago, and
have been turned down and appealing, but I don't think I am going to get it. Hard to
prove depression, panic attacks, etc. can be disabling. Pam




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