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A question for those of you who are in relationship... How do you like... keep your mental illness from meddling into relationship? Do you ever feel like it's putting too much pressure on your partner? Do you talk with them and always tell them when you're worse and could use some extra attention/care from them, or do you sometimes keep it to yourself?
For me it's like... every now and then when I get worse, I feel like I shouldn't mention it to my partner. He's told me I can always tell him… read more
This is actually me sometimes feel like giving up I wanted even kill my self last month felt like I'm in this rope trying to hold on but the more I hold on the more I'm scarfing my self and it's… read more
Here is the thing that really pisses me off with figuring out meds, It takes weeks to months to see any actual progress or failure. BUT!!!!! 2 Percocets, fix EVERYTHING. Right NOW!!!! Soooo, for the… read more
yes, I use it for sleep also. I hope it helps with the depression. But otherwise I would be tossing and turning all night. I didn't know that you needed levels drawn every so often,to make sure you… read more
I ageee with CheriBusch helping others is the only thing that keeps me moving forward. I would meet anyone and have given my number here for anyone that needs to talk. Again its (Phone number can only… read more
Weeks ago, I couldn't stop crying. Now it feels like I have hardly any tears to cry anymore. Nothing seems to matter like it used to, I don't feel the love that I used to feel for my family and my boyfriend. I don't even care if he messages me or not, whereas it used to really bother me a lot where I would have really bad anxiety attacks or panic attacks when I wouldn't hear from him in hours. I almost feel like I am a zombie just going through the motions in life, hardly no sadness or anger… read more
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