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By - Posted 15th October, 2017 at 11:29 am The Real World

It is something I know a lot of us suffer with; be it the Social or Global kind. The added pressure of routine, commitment & most people not understanding the impact it has on our lives, results in a lot of us being withdrawn or turning into total recluses.

I can’t remember a number of times I’ve been back to my doctor, asking for different pills & medication just to feel ‘normal’, if only for 1 day a week. It has swallowed me slowly over the years and I am in so deep I’m not sure I can ever get out. It’s dark in here too; my thoughts my only company. Sometimes I see a small light but it’s generally just a friend coming inside to check up on me; they never stay long though. Why? Is it me? What have I done wrong? STOP! 

It’s torture; I can’t control it as well as I used to, no matter how much I’m medicated. What do you do to get through ‘episodes’ of it all? Share your stories below, I like knowing I’m not alone in this dark, cold tunnel.

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    zammy149 commented on 15th October, 2017

    Nope you’re not alone, i was also in deep. I know . I know the feeling of despair can be overwhelming, and you might just want to end it all.I had one point deep anxiety to the point where i couldn’t eat any food and would just vomit everything I ingested. the sleepless nights were the worst when i couldn’t sleep, i was convinced the my head was broken i would lay in my bed shaking from chills and night terrors. just thinking of number of ways i could just end it all I eventually went to the doctor and he also prescribed me medication for sleep and stomach reflex so i can eat and sleep better.i choose not to take the medication. fix it it was a very dark time that i crawled out of Best thing you can do is just keep smiling and try looking for the joys in life, you’ll eventually get out of your mess just need alittle patience is all noting is permanent everything and everyone changes eventually.