• i'm sort of like you except with the always crying part. you need to be love be someone who really,really cares about you.
  • Yes, it sounds like you are depressed. Symptoms are: * Loss of interest in normal daily activities * Feeling sad or down * Feeling hopeless * Crying spells for no apparent reason * Problems sleeping * Trouble focusing or concentrating * Difficulty making decisions * Unintentional weight gain or loss * Irritability * Restlessness * Being easily annoyed * Feeling fatigued or weak * Feeling worthless * Loss of interest in sex * Thoughts of suicide or suicidal behavior * Unexplained physical problems, such as back pain or headaches
  • You sound as though you may be depressed and have some anxiety as well, which could lead to panic attacks. This is something that some doctors are not willing to diagnose. It is such a misunderstood illness that I think they are leery to delve into it. Usually you are better off to see a psychiatrist. They would be able to determine right away with the proper test if you are depressed or prone to panic attacks, and be able to get you the help you need faster. Hang in there, it will get better!
  • You might be depressed or maybe you have some anxiety. Your best bet is to see a doctor. Don't go on living like that. Its no fun, I've done it. Also if you really want to get more energy and stop being tired all of the time go to for good guides on increasing your energy levels.
  • I also feel the same way you do but I thought I would feel better if I had a boyfriend. I had never had one before so I was so excited to finally meet someone. I have a boyfriend now but it doesn't change a thing. If anything, I'm even more sad because I annoy him with my anxiety and depression almost everyday. I am thinking of going to the doctor but I'm not sure what to say or do. I'm very young still and I don't have a particular reason to feel sad. The only suggestion I can offer is don't listen to music unless it's very upbeat. If you are feeling lonely, don't listen to songs about loneliness or songs about people being in love. This goes for TV and movies as well. Find something that you actually like to do and keep yourself busy with it. Hopefully it will distract you from feeling so bad.
  • The first line of defense against depression and anxiety is B vitamins. Get nutritional yeast powder and/or B-100 pills. Vitamin B2 is a water soluble dye that turns urine bright yellow. When the color fades, it's time for another dose. Read some books about nutrition so you know how to eat right.
  • Yes you are , sounds like your hormones are acting out , talk to your family doctor , he/she may put you on some depression meds .. and there is not one thing wrong with that at all ..
  • Could be. Talk to your doctor.They will probably want to check your thyroid, too.
  • Yes. Crying for no apparent reason is one of the signs of depression. Ask a pharmacist for some advice first and try whatever he/she suggest you take but, if it does not help fairly soon you need the help of a doctor.
  • It sounds like you may be. I recommend to just force yourself to go and do things you enjoy or not, and feel the accomplishment from the task performed. They HAVE NOT created an appropriate pill for depression yet, and what they shove on people are direct causes for suicide and more.
  • It's called "Separation Anxiety" which means you need someone around you in order to feel comfortable, not scared, not anxious, not depressed
  • yes, you're depressed and have anxiety. in these difficult times, it's understandable. see a doctor and get a check up. feel better...
  • yes, you're depressed and have anxiety. in these difficult times, it's understandable. see a doctor and get a check up. feel better...

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