Ippy, Often we get caught in old ruts and keep playing over the same territory without really communicating. Having read this right now, I completely feel all these things. Often, I try to redirect my spouse's endless onslaught of logic that I am wrong and the one soley at fault for my spouse's outbursts, which usually lasts for several hours. Really bad insomnia, all of my hobbies feel flat and non-rewarding, crazy night-time anxiety, concentration is cloudy. It is as if you are outside yourself. Locating a way to your own true self is where the peace is.
Instead of art on one end of the spectrum and science on the other… Think of the spectrum as a circle. Acknowledging it is the first best tackle, and ask the people around u to give u support, while you try different techniques to manage it…. Since I can remember I have been this way but my mom never believed in mental illness and I think I have absorbed that quality. Thanks for being part of our community here. He s always worrying about the future. What is the best way to prepare for the exam? Remind yourself of that, even when you feel otherwise.
Whatever, as long as it helps. Other people's opinions seem so much more valid than mine. They might have ideas about when, and even why, you changed. I feel like no one understands me and no one really cares. I agree with Carol, and it is for this same reason that veterans come home and commit suicide. Being an informed citizen or engaging in political debate with people usually is a waste of time.
Not always, but sarcasm tends to come from deep-seeded bitterness. They never believed their dad was an alcoholic, they were in the midst of their teenage angst period and I got no emotional support from the ex. However, at the beginning it was easier to achieve it, when I had some people who helped me through acknowledging my little successes. Now I know my strengths and my weaknesses, I am a confident person and I don't need the 'recognition' from others. I almost feel like I need to pinpoint why I'm so negative.
Go swimming in the ocean or in a lake, if you live near one. It is a gift to be so empathetic. I have come to realize that I was nothing, I am nothing, and always will be nothing. I am feeling worthless, ugly, insignificant and very alone…. Both are awful; different people just have different responses.
Consumer 0 Posts: 5 Joined: Tue Aug 25, 2009 12:25 am Local time: Sat Jan 05, 2019 11:38 pm Blog: Personally, I try reading ever post, because I go through the same things and it makes me feel like I am not alone with this. I fear that sometime he is going to go off on someone and they could hit him or worse. Before the children all moved, as far away as they could, they also were fair game. Its that emotional pain…at its worst its painful to be awake, at best its permanent sadness. Ive tried to kill myself but i dont have the gall to do so and i just go on with everyday with my remaining friends noticing i frown and scowl every minute of the passing day. Depression in men is awful as we tend to disguise it and probably the number of men who suffer from it is on a par with women however because of our machismo and the expectations of society we do not always seek appropriate treatment until something like what happened to me occurs. I have outlets that help me unwind, I like to fish, bowl, I play in a band, but when I am out in public or at work the anger and hate comes right back.
I was and am filled with a rage so strong I stay at home these days as my one and only fear is what I wioll do in reaction to some seemingly mindless and stupid act by someone else. It goes away for a bit but comes back with a vengeance. Because your pride and your identity take a hit. I too am searching for the best modalities to help me with my issues, and I find that body based therapies are best. It interferes with my job, and my kids. Your goal s will have obvious purpose, it's random activities that need to be examined.
Feeling bad and sometimes apologize. I married him in 2003 and attempted to help him and he would get angry over anything, everything, anytime, and anywhere. I dont like being with other people. Looking back at being 16 I should have made some better choices and just enjoyed being that age, trying to look at school in a positive way and how it would help me in my life and make sure I made time for my friends and not worry too much about relationships. Do you find yourself getting angry with people all the time? Turn it around: If you find yourself focusing on what you do not want, flip it around. Chances are - you've done something you were once proud of in your life.
Psychologically wounded from parental insensitivity, disregard, or worse, their profound distrust of intimate connections would compel them to disengage through self-protective anger. Where as others tend to experience these issues later if they had mom and dad take care of them longer or should i say later in age. Practice imagining: Practice imagining your perfect life as if it has already happened. I'm confused about anger also. That is usually followed by feeling bad about the outbursts. My family hates me and has cut me off.