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feeling miserable

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Today I wake up in a bad mood why? I am not sure I did not go for my morning exercise because I forgot to put my alarm clock. I have an essay to do for one of my classes.. I am feeling hopeless, I feel I am not worth a thing, when I know that I do. I been feeling down but i been working on my mood swings staying possitive but today my bad day came back at least for today.I feel I have not accomplish anything in my life. It makes me feel so bad.

I hate feeling like this because if I try to boost me up it my other voice telling me that I will never recover from depression. I feel I cant do anything, that it a really bad feeling .

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SUSANBEAMON 7/10/2012 1:22PM

  Have you talked with your medical team about your depression?
Once upon a time I had mood swings like you would not believe. I self-medicated with alcohol and sugar and other things. Still I felt like the biggest black blanket in the universe covered me. Nothing I did was good enough. A random health screening I went to checked my blood pressure and it was very high, high enough I went to the doctor for it. Among other things the doctor took away my table salt. Since I really did not like or eat much fish, I sought out another source of iodine, and started taking kelp daily. About three months later, my friends started noticing my bad moods didn't seem so bad or so often. Since the only thing I was doing differently was taking the kelp, and increasing my iodine levels, I attributed the evening out of my mood swings to that change. Not saying it would work for you, but it might.

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SHANNAROSE87 7/10/2012 12:56PM

    I'm sorry I hope your day gets brighter. Keep in mind you're not alone I had a miserable day Sunday so i know exactly how you feel.

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