Let's All Scream!!!!

Fyuter
By Fyuter Latest Reply 2011-11-18 23:21:13 -0600
Started 2011-10-26 02:33:26 -0500

I just broke up with my girlfriend about two days ago because I feel like she doesn't understand what I'm feeling, and what I'm going through right now. To be honest, I don't know what I'm going through right now! I have so many mood changes, and it's terrifying at times. And to make matters worst, I'm sick! So this makes me lonely with a running nose, headache, and body chills. To make matters even more worst, I'm 400 miles away from home (I travel for work purposes) and I won't be getting home until Friday! I feel home sick, overwhelmed at work, and I miss my girlfriend! :( I need some serious help, and I have not yet spoke to my doctor about my depression yet. I will as soon as I can. I just feel like screaming!! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!! So if anyone out there feel like screaming and venting do so down below… scream with me!!! I think we all deserve a shout!!!!


5 replies

MEGriff1950
MEGriff1950 2011-10-29 09:04:33 -0500 Report

Fyuter you are on the right track by wanting to talk to your doctor about depression. This affects every aspect of your life. I have been on prozac several times and it was a huge help, I did not murder anyone or commit suicide. If your dr starts you on an anti-depressent remember that some cause serious side effects and will be noticable within a few days. You might have to try several before finding the correct one. You might ask your dr for samples before getting a prescription while searching for the one that works for you.
One huge side effect I had on Prozac is that I became careless with money matters. Getting so laid back from it I had an attitude that oh well I will pay this bill next payday but then that kept repeating itself so many bills got out of hand. Along with that I also figured that is someone was dumb enough to give me any credit card I would take it and max it out.
I have been on Prozac 3 times, the second 2 times I stopped when money started becomming an issue. Should I need to go on it again I will do it.
Good luck and God bless you,
Mary

Mickey/CCHT
Mickey/CCHT 2011-10-27 17:33:29 -0500 Report

I'm sorry to hear your news. It's hard when you are dealing with something like D and then the support you had is gone. But you will get thru and be stronger for it. Keep your head up and as soon as you get back, go see your doc. so he/she can help you. And you know you can always come here to vent, or just find the support you need. We are all in the same boat with you. Hang tight! Blessed Be, Mickey

jayabee52
jayabee52 2011-10-26 03:20:34 -0500 Report

ArrrrrrrrrGH!

Howdy Araines.

Felt good! If you don't feel supported or understood by your intended, it MAY be for the best. I had a 25 year marriage which produced 3 sons. My diabetes was a partial excuse for her to drip the D-bomb on me. I HATED the fact that that happened, but later I found (or rather, she found me) who also had T2 diabetes (plus a lot of other "medical challenges") and SHE UNDERSTOOD and loved me all the more for it. We fell in love and married. Then she passed from this life a number of months later. I miss her terribly.

You will have sore feelings for a while. That grief is the price of being in love. Just don't do anything which can't be undone while you wait for these feelings to pass. Take care of yourself as best you can. I suspect that when the time is right you will meet someone who makes your ex GF pale in comparison. Just be kind to yourself in your grief. Your grief is not unlike the grief of losing a close friend. And in a way it is. It is the death of a relationship and the dreams you have built upon that relationship.

I pray that you will eventually find someone who will love you, diabetes and all that goes with it. Maybe it might be one of fhe ladies of DC. Who knows?

Blessings,

James

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