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Severe depression
I don't feel like living without him I am taking medicines for depression but nothing is working out I cry all night just thinking of him We both love each other alot but don't know why god has separated us I just feel like killing myself I feel useless My anger my anxiety has just harmed me in all possible way I can't see a way out It sucks while taking all that medicines I was a happy soul I never needed these medicines His voice used to cheer me up from the worst situation But now everything is changed I need these medicines to survive It's a worthless life Can this get even worse
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Hi With medicines & sessions you will improve, you need assessment, so plz consult a psychiatrist or psychologist for further help, things don't get worse if you listen & follow your doctor. All the best, Thank you.
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I know how tough it might be to deal for you with the situation.... But you need to move ahead... Life is so... We need to overcome the hardship and get on the other side... Happy and accepted I believe you should discuss your concerns in detail with a mental health professional to gain an insight about nature of problem and ways to overcome it through psychotheraputic techniques Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling Connect with me through practo Follow my Facebook page "juhi parashar -psychotherapist " for mental health issues All the best Seek help for early recovery
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Life is unpredictable and it might be difficult to reason as to why does a particular thing happen to us. Somethings, when beyond our control, are best left to heal gradually so that we can move on. Ruminating about same thing or harming ourselves will do no good. If medicines do not seem to be helping you, either you should consider taking a second opinion or try something extra like psychotherapy, meditation and lifestyle modification to help you overcome your pain. Psychotherapy can be exceptionally helpful in such cases to deal with your cognitive part and make you stronger. Also it is necessary to be taking correct medicines at a correct dose for best results.
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consult a psychiatrist to review medicines, start psychotherapy.
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your life is worth a lot more! always ask for help before you do anything irreversible...
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