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Re: Downhill again

Posted by worrier on July 12, 2003, at 22:32:11

In reply to Downhill again, posted by girl on July 9, 2003, at 9:09:39

> For so long, everything has been alright, but then there are those days where the sky falls on top of you.
> It's one of those days where it all goes wrong. Before you know it, you're depression and rage has gone out of control. If you're not acting violent (even if it's just an itty bit violent), you're wishing that you would just die aloud.
> You want to be out of the house, but you have nowhere to go. All you want is to stop the anxiety from raging, calm down and maybe get some sleep so that things can go back to "normal"
> What do you do when all that you can think of doing is banging your head against the wall so that it nubs the pain and the thoughts?

>Sadly,I have no answers, but I know exactly how you feel...times like that I even find myself resenting(hating?)people I see who seem to feel "normal" and I swear some day I'm going to smash the TV if I see one more commercial for some drug that "makes me feel like myself again". It's been so long since I've felt normal I'm not sure I would recognize it if it came up and bit me. However, tomorrow is another day and there is always some new med to try. I have found that Tai Chi, meditation and deep relaxation techniques help a bit ( though sometimes meditation can trigger a panic's that for irony?) Hang in there is all I can say and know you're not alone. Worrier.




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