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- What do you do when, with depression, you simply don’t care anymore what people say to you are about what you should do? I am tired.
Go see your doctor.
Really. Much of depression is biochemical and seeing the doctor will quite likely lead to an effective prescription which will allow you to be much happier.
If you doctor can’t help, he’ll recommend someone who can.
Go see you doctor immediately.
(If you have already done that and your prescription isn’t helping, then go back to the doctor so that he can adjust your medicine to something more effective.)
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You do care because you’re asking for advice. You know what to do, Sir. I started seeing a psychiatrist in 2006 and found out I was bi-polar. I denied it. “I’m not bi-polar, I’m a Gemini!” is what I told the doc. Nevertheless, I started going to therapy and it was the greatest thing that I’ve ever done. But it was by request of my loved ones that got me to seek help in the first place. Now, I’m not on medication anymore and I know how to handle it myself with cognitive therapy and I educated myself on the illness. I had to recognize what got me to that point. What are my triggers? Then, bam! Internal healing. It was a long road but a road well worth traveling. Best of positive luck to you.
Get help ASAP! Depression is not something to fool around with or take lightly.
I’m guessing you are fairly young and have not had repeated episodes or sunk into a more frightening state of gloom that can take on similar dynamics as hypothermia…. i.e. hypothermia of the soul.
It is important to catch depression before it slips down below the point of no return (as in hypothermia).
- see your doctor to rule out a physiological etiology and get the next step of help
- exercise daily- a sustained cardio workout for at least 20 minutes per day (assuming you do not have some other prohibitive medical condition)
- do not isolate! It is often your own mind that becomes your worst enemy in depression
- pray… not a bad option even if you’re not depressed 🙂
Get medicine. Get therapy. Don’t stop either.
Already doing that?
Wait it out. You are pretty much clinically incapable of hope right now. So just wait. One day things will have value again. Don’t kill yourself, feed your head, don’t become an alcoholic, don’t get addicted to drugs. Keep some simple job. Just exist as best you can.
When you feel a tiny flicker of interest in something pursue it.
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