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People Who Are Living With Depression

Marishka

Marishka, Community Member

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yin and yang

We are a very yang society.  Left brained.  

 

Balance?

 

East is yin.  

 

My stomach hurts and not trying to write with my left brain.  Had written well worded, gramatically correct things.  But electing to write with my right brain now, traumatized in all... Read moreChevron

posted 09/29/2014, comments (0)|
jpw2008

jpw2008, Community Member

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living with it since childhood

creation of a sharepost

hi

First of all thanks judy for replying to my post

I have a hard time with words

I have to be tested again with my therapist

Maybe I might have some illness I dont know about

Im trying to find a way to start living havent got there yet

Im trying to pick up the pieces

Family is the first... Read moreChevron

posted 09/05/2014, comments (0)|
Aubrey (aml0017)

Aubrey (aml0017), Community Member

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Living with depression and anxiety for over 10 years.

fear of relapse

I haven't posted in a while as I haven't really had any serious anxiety or depression for a while now.  I am always determined to keep posting and checking in when I am feeling good but I never do.  I guess it is a good thing though.  That is not to say I didn't have any stress at all, but somehow it never got too extreme. ... Read moreChevron

John McManamy

John McManamy, Community Member

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Antipsychotics in the Long Term: Thomas Insel Weighs In

Thomas Insel’s Director’s Blog on the NIMH website is on my required reading list. His Aug 28 post, Antipsychotics: Taking the Long View, is written in the context of schizophrenia, but the implications... Read moreChevron

Survivor

Survivor, Community Member

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missing social signals in a group of people

I have a long history of bipolar disorder and anxiety, and work hard to stay afloat.

 

Recently I went to a 4-day family reunion with my husband. There were a lot of people, some I knew and some I didn't. Some gatherings were in a hotel meeting/banquet room and some at a B&B. After several hours in a dinner or other... Read moreChevron

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