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... words I heard from her were 'I love you too' on the phone. I don't understand what happened or why all of this is going on. During the few weeks right after the break up I had extremely unsettling psychotic thoughts. I couldn't wrap my brain around anything. ... (3 replies)
... and I was a little bit frustrated, but was mostly pleasant during dinner. She said nothing. She invited me back to her place to sleep over, and I went. We curled up to watch some tv, then eventually went to bed. ... (13 replies)
... Ok, I already know that I have anxiety. I haven't been diagnosed but my anxiety is an every day thing and even on a good day, my anxiety's always in the back of my mind. ... (3 replies)

... f he is right for me, etc. I become very sensitive, emotional, and depressed. I begin having crying spells and my energy levels dip. One minute I think I want to break up with him, the next minute I say no. When I'm with him, I don't enjoy our time together anymore and I make a big deal out of small things. ... (3 replies)
... I've had an anxiety issue for about 5 years now. It's a strange one because I don't really develop the classic anxiety attacks but it still remains a server issue. ... (2 replies)
... ok so I went to the doctor for a routine checkup 2 years ago. I ended up describing some issues i had been having that i had no intention of bringing up because i thought they were normal as id had them for as long as i could remember... ... (2 replies)
... actually was just like you, not for 4 years, maybe for a year...except for the sleepwalking thing which others would just have laughed off. i acually had a huge anxiety attack once i couldny move my hands they curled up and i thought i was dieing it was so scary i was taken by an ambulance to the hospital. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not a doctor and this is not medical advice, but this does sound like you at least have borderline traits. A lot of people have traits without having the full-fledged disorder. Again, that's just my opinion. I have been diagnosed with it and your behaviors and thought processes are similar to mine. Borderlines have major trouble with impulse control, that's why you can't... (3 replies)
... :eek: I would talk to a psychiatrist, and do it YESTERDAY. You are in a downward spiral and you need something drastic to reverse it. Talk to the dr. about hospitalization, or trying a stronger medication (I don't think Wellbutrin is very strong). If you can't eat or are nauseated, or can't sleep, you might ask about an anti-anxiety medication as well. You don't have to be... (9 replies)
Giving up
Apr 11, 2006
... ng out really well, I completely changed, I was like a totally different person. Everything was starting to work out. For mental disorders I have Schizopherenia, Anxiety Disorder, ODC, Bipolar disorder, Disasociation and Depression. ... (6 replies)
Break the taboo
Jul 28, 2005
... Psychiatry, like everything else, is prone to trends. The big brother hospital comes up with an idea and everybody follows suit. ... (4 replies)
Lump in my throat
Mar 19, 2004
... :wave: :wave: :wave: Hi, I too had a lump in my throat but it was caused by Acid Reflux!! My ENT told me that most people don't even realize they have it. He put me on Nexium and it has repaired the damage. Hope this has been helpful! (6 replies)
... I made the decision to break up with him, which was not easy. I suspect the feeling in my throat was related to that, but I expected it to go away. ... (6 replies)
... but I remember how that anticipation would build up everytime I would have to be driving somewhere. Can you break the thought patterns somehow? ... (5 replies)
... of friends or relationships with anyone at all. I agree that is connected with depression. Our stories are probably completely different of why. I went through a break up two months ago, and also I am very very shy, and have a difficulty communicating with others. ... (6 replies)
... Hi all. I am having problems controlling my temper towards my boyfriend of one year. I'm posting this here instead of the 'Anger Management' section, as I am confident that my anger is triggered by a variety of personal issues, and the problem goes beyond me having a short fuse. Just a bit of background info... For years I have struggled on and off with anxiety,... (1 replies)
... r BPD thing, but the stuff you're going through now just sounds like the effects of someone you've loved for years leaving you. The feelings of "emptiness" and anxiety are fairly normal in this situation. You feel like you're addicted to him because in a very real way you are. ... (3 replies)
... OK, I have read what you have said and it was like I wrote iit myself. I registered just so I could reply to you. I also have been going through a rough time. Yes the (I thought) love of my life did exactly as yours did. Suddenly there was cold feelings coming from a sweet person. Long story short she was seeing someone else. She is pregnant by this bum she has known... (13 replies)
Need some advice..
Sep 22, 2010
... not you would have to jump from a foot sized hole in the mess to the next to get anywhere. If allowed, my clutter would spread to other rooms. I would pack stuff up and save it to sort through later if I was told to clean. ... (5 replies)
... and find work in the oil patch. I managed to find work, and I actually did quite well there. I managed to get out of debt fast, saved up enough money to feel financially stable. I worked 2 months, but it was a lot of money. ... (0 replies)

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