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Depression and insomnia

I feel like crying all the time. Don't feel like eating at all. Sleep very little too. Reason might be my relationship failures. But the pain is unbearable. I have had a breakup in December but in order to move on from my last relationship, I started looking to settle down. In the process I came across another guys who seemed to be fairly way too good and caring for me. But recently,it turned out he has been lying a lot to Every now and then. Questioning aggravates his anger and he gets so abusive. I confronted him and asked him to leave. He isn't talking to me now. And I am highly depressed. Not able to stop my tears. This has happened to me before. In my first relationship too. For almost 4 months continuously I used to cry myself to sleep every night . I was 17 then and ashamed to share my feelings with anyone . I suffered a lot. I was so scared of getting into relationship with anyone after that ,I almost wasted 4 years to trust another guy. But then again that ended bad too.
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Dr. Diwakar Sharma Delhi | Addiction Psychiatrist
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Hey, I cN totally get what u feel right now. It may b so dat yes relationships suck but it's not the end of journey called life. Ur choice was just as natural at dat moment when u got into a relationship as it was when u came out of them. With the given set of thoughts in dat particular moment all of us wud have made same choices.. Believe me.... Life may seem unfair in such moments but as the saying goes... U can learn swimming without getting wet.... So I order to find the right person all of us have to go through this training of learning what to avoid and improve as a person who makes choices. It's easier to suggest but den what wud u tell a friend of urs who suppose, wud be in exactly similar situation? Believe this dat no other person in this world is qualified enough to solve the problems u have becos u know them better den anyone. It's not easy but yes it is doable and above all what other options do we have but to move on other more important aspects of life den relationship. I m sure u don't want to be defined by whom u r related to. U can consult a psychiatrist and get psychotherapy in order to work upon ur thought process. It's a way of mending ur ways and coping strategies dat have been not very useful. I hope this helps u but feel free to consult further. Take care.
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