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    Default I can't bring myself to eat

    I have depression. a lot of things going on in my life with my kids, moving, stuff with my boyfriend. I cannot eat. I was told today I have lost weight, I am already thin. I have no energy to do anything. . I haven't eaten anything (well hardly anything) for about 2 weeks. All I want to do is cry all the time. Life sucks. I want to die.
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    I don't know what to say, but couldn't read that and not reply. Are you seeing someone for the depression?

    I'm so sorry things are still so awful for you. I thought you were studying? Is that right? It sounded like you had a plan. Is there anyone you can talk to, to help you get things back on track? A social worker or counsellor? Good friend?

    Massive hugs. Please look after yourself and eat something. You are worth looking after, worth being cared for, you deserve to be healthy and happy again.

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    Cassie- I think you need to speak to your GP or psych about this today. Give them a call and inform them that you need urgent psychiatric care and assistance as you're having suicidal thoughts and are not capable of tending to your own basic needs...

    Based on your recent threads it seems additional care of some form is urgently required.
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    I am staring a course next month, I had to postpone. I see a psycholigist but all we do is talk. I hate talking. I just want something to help me like ant-ds or whatever.

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    Talking about things does nothing. And then I get stupid morons telling me to smile and cheer up and snap out of it. Grrrrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2bubba View Post
    I am staring a course next month, I had to postpone. I see a psycholigist but all we do is talk. I hate talking. I just want something to help me like ant-ds or whatever.
    I had to go on some anti Ds after I did
    Something stupid to my self about 3 months after dd was born. I just went to my gp after the hospital and he made me have this quiz thing and then gave me a script. Maybe go to a gp and tell them what you have told us just now and how talking isn't helping they might have a dif idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2bubba View Post
    Talking about things does nothing. And then I get stupid morons telling me to smile and cheer up and snap out of it. Grrrrrr
    If that's the case then you have the sh!test psychologist and GP ever.

    You still need to deal with this if you are genuinely having suicidal thoughts, even if you think they wil be dismissive, it's unlikely they will as suicide should be taken seriously.

    Is there a hubber nearby who could arrange/help you contact someone today? It really does seem like you need help urgently.

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    I'm really surprised they haven't recommended anti ds already. Call your GP now and make an appointment for tomorrow. Tell them what you've told us. You definitely need more help than you're getting, and to try something different.

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    Speak to your GP, they will be able to prescribe you some anti-d's if it's what they think is needed. As for not being able to eat, keep yourself hydrated with some hyrdolite iceblocks, try drinking some up and go or cup a soup, even if it's only a small amount it is better then nothing. The longer you go without eating the harder it becomes to eat so it's important to get little amounts of anything into your body

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    I am living with my dad now, he doesn't really understand about depression, he'll make me eat though.


 

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